Reception for Foreign Lawyers and Law Students and Annual Meeting

When: Friday, September 25, 2015, 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm What: This is a combination of two very popular events: our annual fall reception where you’ll have the opportunity to network with foreign lawyers and JD, LLM and PhD students from over 25 countries focusing their studies on international law and, of course, your fellow section members…

CLE Summary = “International Issues in Cloud Computing”

The summary of the following WSBA IPS CLE on May 20, 2015 is now available on the “CLE Summaries” page of the Global Gavel: “International Issues in Cloud Computing” Presented by Prof. Karrin Klotz, University of Washington. Please click HERE for the original announcement of this CLE.

IPS Event Report: New Spring for Foreign Investments in Washington State

On April 30, 2015, the WSBA International Practice Section held its event, “New Spring for Foreign Investments in Washington State,” and legal professionals filled up an auditorium of the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience to attend a CLE at which experienced lawyer-panelists presented great remarks on the topic, followed by another great session…

IPS Now Accepting Applications for the Huneke Fellowship – Opportunity for Current 1Ls and 2Ls

The WSBA International Practice Section is now accepting applications for the Huneke Fellowship. The Huneke Fellowship is an annual program administered by the Washington State Bar Association’s International Practice Section (IPS).  The Fellowship is designed to provide real-world experience, networking opportunities, and modest financial assistance for a law student interested in the international practice of…

CLE Summary = “Introduction to the Nagoya Protocol: A Masterpiece in Creative Ambiguity or a Worstpiece in Ambiguous Creativity?”

The summary of the following WSBA IPS CLE on February 17, 2015 is now available on the “CLE Summaries” page of the Global Gavel: “Introduction to the Nagoya Protocol: A Masterpiece in Creative Ambiguity or a Worstpiece in Ambiguous Creativity?” Presented by Dr. Won Seog Park, S.J.D., Professor of Law, Chung-Ang University. Please click HERE for the original announcement…