The Institute for Transnational Arbitration (ITA), a division of The Center for American and International Law, announces the appointment of five new members to its prestigious Academic Council.
Thirty-three police supervisors from 24 police agencies throughout Texas graduated from the Institute for Law Enforcement Administration (ILEA) School of Police Supervision on June 28, 2019.
The past five weeks have flown by so fast! That’s a frequent comment from many of the 54 young lawyers from around the world who participated in CAIL’s Academy of American and International Law.
This week, more than 50 young lawyers from 24 countries attending the Academy of American and International Law learned some of the intricacies of international trade and current legal issues at a two-day Symposium on International Law and Global Markets.
As the program enters its fourth week, a few of the young lawyers in the program share their thoughts.
Vickie Tsirigkaki from Greece and Julio Robledo from Spain Share Some Highlights of their Academy Experience
This year’s Academy of American and International Law — 54 young lawyers from around the world — have been busy with daily classes and visits throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
One of the special aspects of The Center for American and International Law is that we provide continuing education to lawyers AND law enforcement personnel. The courses are usually held separately, but last week, the 54 young lawyers from around the worl
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.