Tales of Intrigue in International Law: Anecdotes by Advocates Working Abroad

You are cordially invited to attend what will be a highly informative and entertaining lecture on Friday, March 18 of “Tales of Intrigue in International Law: Anecdotes by Advocates Working Abroad.” Those interested in pursuing an international legal career should not miss this great opportunity to hear from two seasoned lawyers working here in Japan and Guam share their advice and war stories about legal practice in an international setting.

Date:
Friday, March 18, 2016
Time:
19:00 - 21:00 p.m.
Venue:
Temple University, Japan Campus, Mita Hall (Access)
Room 502
Cost:
Free
Registration:
This event has passed

Note:

  • This seminar will be held in English.
  • This seminar is open to the public
  • A light dinner and drinks will be served.

Key points for discussion will be:

  • Legal International Career Opportunities: pursuing international legal careers in public and private sectors.
  • International Criminal Law: the Famous Kazuyoshi Miura “Japanese OJ Simpson” Case and other case examples.
  • International Intellectual Property: case examples of the rise of e-commerce and counterfeiting.

We hope that the TUJ community and others will join us for what will be a powerful and eye-opening look at international law practice.

Speakers

James E. Moynihan

Director of Intellectual Property Department, Japan Office
Louis Vuitton Japan K.K.

William M. Fitzgerald

Temple Law School Alumni
Founding Partner
The Law Offices of William M. Fitzgerald
Saipan, MP