The Florida Bar

International Law

International Law Section

Section Website

Section Members and Officers

Organized 1981-1982

The International Law Section of The Florida Bar provides an organization for all members in good standing who have an interest in the field of international law. International law is the practice of law dealing with issues, problems, or disputes arising from aspects of the relations between or among states and international organizations, between or among nationals of different countries, or between a state and a national of another state, including transnational business transactions, multinational taxation, customs, and trade.

The term ‘international law’ includes foreign and comparative law. The Section provides a forum of communication and education to and for the public and attorneys on matters relating to international law; and to improve the administration and the application of laws, rules and regulations in international law.

RESOURCES:

Section administrator phone number

General CLE information

2012-2013 ILS Year-End Financials

2011-2012 ILS Year-End Financials

CLE SEMINARS:

ILS CLE Seminars

ILS OnDemand Seminars

ILS Audio CDs

PUBLICATIONS:

International Law Quarterly

MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION:

Membership Application

Florida Bar Member Dues: $50.

Law Student Dues: $25

Law Professor or Out-of-State or Out-of-Country Lawyer: $35