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Wed, 2015/07/08 - 11:38

Dr. Boris Kozolchyk, NatLaw Executive Director and Founder, was recently invited to join the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition's (USGLC) Arizona Advisory Committee. As a member of the Committee, Boris joins a diverse group of business, non-profit, academic, and military leaders from around the State who work across Arizona to educate and inspire support from Arizonans and policymakers on the importance of America’s civilian-led tools of diplomacy and development. To learn more about the USGLC view the full post.

Wed, 2015/07/08 - 11:18

NatLaw is proud to announce it has joined the ABA Section of International Law as a Cooperating Entity for its 2015 Fall Meeting in Montreal, Canada from October 20-24, 2015. NatLaw members are eligible to receive the Section of International Law Member registration discount. Contact us directly for a code!

Thu, 2015/07/02 - 10:15

On Jun 3, 2015 Natlaw was invited by the Mexican Ministry of Economy and the National Association of Warehouses in Mexico (Asociación de Almacenes Generales de Depósito) to participate in a seminar entitled “The Warehouse within the Scope of the Financial Reform” (El Almacén General de Depósito en el marco de la Reforma Financiera) that took place at the Bankers’ Club of Mexico, in Mexico City.

Wed, 2015/06/24 - 16:16

NatLaw's Dr. Dubovec has just released a new publication entitled "A Guide to the Personal Property Security Act: The Case of Malawi" with co-author Cyprian Kambili. Continue reading for more information on the publication and to learn how you can download an electronic copy for free.

Tue, 2015/06/23 - 12:53

On June 15, 2015 NatLaw Research Attorney Isis Isunza was invited to participant in a panel at the Mexican Consulate in Tucson to speak about NatLaw's new E-Submit Services. She joined other members of the Tucson business community and the Global Chamber of Commerce to highlight why doing business with Mexico is a significant opportunity for Arizona. To read more about the event, click to view the full post and link to the Arizona Daily Star article.

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