Careers in International Law

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Mark W. Janis, Salli Swartz
Section of International Law and Practice, American Bar Association, Dec 31, 2000 - Business & Economics - 205 pages
Each chapter is written by an attorney who has made the transition to international law. The authors detail their paths and describe what their work truly entails, including the pros and cons of their positions.

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This great book is filled with lots of valuable advice for law students and new lawyers who are interested in international law. It has long been one of the best sellers for the American Bar Association Section of International Law. It is also useful for established attorneys who are already working in the field of international law and who either want tips on how to move into a new area of international law, or who simply want to expand the volume of work that they do internationally. You can still find the second edition here and there, but you should look for the new THIRD EDITION of the book, which was published in 2008 and which is even better. If you cannot find it in your local bookstore then you should get a copy from ABA Webstore (with discounts for ABA Student Members in case you happen to be one, and with discounts for members of the ABA Section of International Law). 

About the author (2000)

Mark W. Janis is the William F. Starr Professor of Law at the University of Connecticut School of Law.

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