The American Bar Association’s Section of International Law has issued a call for articles for three upcoming issues of its International Law News on the topics of “International Anti-Bribery Compliance and Investigation” (deadline: October 22, 2012), “Diversity Challenges in the Modern World” (deadline: December 10, 2012) and “Current Issues in International Commercial Transactions (including Mergers and Acquisitions)”.

About International Law News:

“A key purpose of the Section newsletter, the International Law News, is to keep Section members informed about current international law developments and important Section news. The ILN publishes articles on breaking issues for practitioners in the international arena to assist them in gaining helpful insights into the hot issues and obtaining concrete, how-to advice on practicing international law in the marketplace. The ILN also publishes regular columns on public and private law initiatives, survival guides to cities, and pros and cons columns on breaking issues of general interest. The ILN is intended to give practitioners helpful insights and guide lines to doing business in the international arena. Articles should be short (2,000 words maximum) and comprehensible to non-specialists.”

For more information and submission guidelines see:

ABA – International Law News


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