Young lawyers from 25 countries will travel to Plano, Texas in late May to learn about the U.S. justice system and explore current international trade and business topics.
Law enforcement leaders from throughout Texas, as well as from Arkansas, Missouri and Alaska, graduated on April 26, 2019, from an intensive, 8-week program to prepare them for the complex challenges of leadership in public safety administration.
Admiral William McRaven addressed 200 legal and business leaders at The Center for American and International Law’s Higginbotham Lecture in Houston April 17.
A new, 10 x 19 -foot American Flag flies in front of The Center for American and International Law (CAIL) on Democracy Drive in Plano thanks to Plano Boy Scout Troop 259.
CAIL Selects David J. Beck to Receive its Prestigious Award of Achievement in the Pursuit of Justice for All
David J. Beck, a nationally respected trial attorney, legal scholar and author, will receive The Center for American and International Law’s most prestigious award on April 17, 2019, at the annual Higginbotham Lecture.
The Center for American and International Law (CAIL) is grateful for the support of its host committee for the upcoming Higginbotham Lecture on April 17, 2019 in Houston.
Since its reorganization in June 2017, Young ITA has become an active and engaged global community, with over 1,200 members now in 70 countries.
2019 Higginbotham Lecture to feature Admiral William McRaven Speaking on "The Rule of Law in a Troubled World"
Admiral William H. McRaven (U.S. Navy, Retired), an authority on U.S. foreign policy and defense who served as Commander of U.S. Special Operations, will be the featured speaker at the Center for American and International Law’s Higginbotham Lecture on