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NatLaw Joins Council for Inclusive Capitalism

NatLaw Staff

April 27, 2023


On Wednesday, April 26th, NatLaw was welcomed into the Council for Inclusive Capitalism as an Ally.

As an Ally, we will join more than 450 other organizations on the path to a more inclusive, sustainable, and trusted global economic system that meets the needs of all people while protecting the planet.

In 2016, the Coalition for Inclusive Capitalism was registered in the U.S. as a not-for-profit organization, which led to the Council for Inclusive Capitalism being created in partnership with the Vatican in 2020.

Through the development and dissemination of legal knowledge and expertise, we promote and facilitate international trade and advance international trade law. We also promote legal education and training and provide technical assistance to developing countries in order to work toward a more level playing field and an environment in which all businesses and organizations can thrive.

We also research and analyze international trade law and the impact of disruptive technologies such as blockchain on these rules. We believe that a strong legal framework is essential for creating an environment where businesses can operate with confidence and certainty. This facilitates economic growth and prosperity, and we work closely with our partners and stakeholders to achieve our mission, recognizing that no single organization can achieve its goals alone.

We strive for excellence in all that we do, from our research quality to the delivery of our services. And we are committed to innovation, recognizing that the legal landscape is constantly evolving and that we must adapt and evolve with it to remain effective.

Our vision is a world in which the rule of law underpins all international trade and innovation. This will create a level playing field for businesses of all sizes and promote economic growth and development for all. We believe that by working together with our partners and stakeholders, we can achieve this vision and create a brighter future for all.

To learn more about the Council for Inclusive Capitalism, visit their website: And while you’re there, check out our page, as well:

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