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CCD and ILS host ‘Legal Careers in International Law’ on Wednesday

Published: September 12th, 2011

Category: Events, News

The Center for Career Development and the International Law Society will host “Legal Careers in International Law” on Wednesday at noon in HOL 285C. Guest speaker Phillip Buhler is an attorney with the Jacksonville firm Moseley, Prichard, Parrish, Knight and Jones. Buhler has advised a broad spectrum of insurance and business clients based in Europe and the Far East as well as the United States. He is regularly involved in litigation requiring discovery procedures abroad and has represented clients in Latin America, Europe, South Africa and Japan. Buhler has authored a number of articles and a book on issues of transnational litigation, international, environmental and maritime law. He has spoken at conferences and seminars addressing these topics throughout the United States and in Latin America, including the Shipowners Regulatory Conference in Washington, the Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute and the Inter-American Bar Association’s annual meetings in Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia and the Dominican Republic. At this event students can learn about legal careers involving international issues, get advice on how to stand out to employers in these fields, and learn about how to get involved in international legal professional organizations while in law school. Log on to Symplicity and RSVP under the “events” tab to attend.

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