The ILS Asia Committee/India Subcommittee hosts the India Delegation
On October 15-16, 2019, the Asia Committee/India Subcommittee hosted a delegation from India, consisting of lawyers and law students. The purpose of this program was to provide an interactive platform for the Indian delegates and members of the Miami legal community to exchange insights and ideas on various legal issues that impact the cross-border transactions and disputes, and provide an opportunity for all participants to make meaningful networking connections.
On the first day of the program, the Indian delegates had the opportunity to discuss practitioner insights on trade and investment law and international arbitration at Shutts & Bowen LLP in Miami. Thereafter, the delegates were hosted by Florida International University College of Law for a lunch and learn, including a campus tour. On the second day, the delegates visited Carlton Fields in Miami to discuss international tax matters. During the meeting, the participants also engaged in an interesting discussion regarding the liberalization of the Indian legal market. The program concluded with the delegates’ visit to JAMS Miami.
The program was indeed a successful one where the participants were able to exchange ideas and information, making meaningful connections. The India Subcommittee is organized under the Asia Committee of The Florida Bar International Law Section. The program was organized by Neha Dagley, Chair of the India Subcommittee, and Susanne Leone, Chair of the Asia Committee, in conjunction with Manuj Bhardwaj, who presently serves as the Executive Secretary of the Indian National Association of Legal Professionals (INALP).