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Every week, we take a bite-sized look at legal and economic developments in locales around the world as we try to decipher global trends in law and business with the help of our international guests. No topic is too big, too small, too simple, or too complicated. We plan to cover continents, countries, regimes, governance, finances, legal developments, and whatever is trending on Twitter. Connect with us: - https://twitter.com/globallawbiz - https://www.linkedin.com/company/harris-bricken - ...
 
The 'Think Global: Careers in International Law' Podcast series is brought to you by the Global Law Students Association. In this series we chat with international legal professionals to discuss their pathway to the legal profession, their current role and advice they have for law students interested in an international legal career.
 
Nomosphone is a podcast series about current global legal issues. From migration to international crime, climate change to global trade, this podcast covers it all. Every few weeks we will release a new episode on a contemporary legal issue that you should know about. Nomosphone is produced by students in Tilburg Law School's Global Law Programme. We thank Tilburg Law School for supporting this podcast. To learn more about Tilburg's Global Law Progamme, visit our website below. www.nomosphon ...
 
Law Talk Colorado is a 501c3 nonprofit media network purposed with engaging public awareness of Colorado laws -- bringing together journalism and local legal experts (attorneys, law enforcement, judges, legislators, policy makers, et al) to cut through the noise and get to the laws that matter to Coloradans.
 
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The Global Energy & Environmental Law Podcast

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The Global Energy & Environmental Law Podcast

The International Environmental Law Committee of the American Branch of the International Law Association

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A discussion of global and local environmental law issues. Produced by the University of South Dakota School of Law and the International Environmental Law Committee of the American Branch of the International Law Association. Hosted by Professor Myanna Dellinger.
 
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In Episode #89, we are joined by Akshat Divatia, an immigration attorney at Harris Bricken. We discuss: How Akshat's experience as an immigrant and time abroad impact the way he helps clients through the U.S. immigration process An overview of the U.S. immigration system's types of visas The U.S. immigration system vs. other countries The worldwide…
 
In Episode #87, we are joined by Federico A. de Jesús, Principal at FDJ Solutions. We discuss: Federico's early days in Puerto Rico and American University in Washington, DC Working for Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi and the Obama Administration An insider's take on CODELs (congressional delegations) A critical look at US policy toward Latin America Why …
 
At Harris Bricken, we keep close tabs on what is happening around the world, and we know that our friends and clients do, as well. We are happy to provide this podcast series: Global Law and Business, hosted by international attorneys Fred Rocafort and Jonathan Bench, where we look at the world by talking with business leaders, innovators, service …
 
In Episode #86, we are joined by Eli Neal, principal at 4 Corners Financial Forensics. We discuss: How IRS 280E impacts cannabis business valuations, especially retail marijuana shops. What factors are key in determining cannabis business value, whether you are using the income, market, or asset approach. What do you do when your business partners …
 
In Episode #85, we are joined by Associate Professor Elena Sychenko, from Saint Petersburg State University in Russia. We discuss: The origins of Elena's interests in human and labor rights. Why it's important to not just win cases, but also reconstruct systems. Elena's thoughts on Sicily, where she spent time studying at the University of Catania.…
 
In Episode #84, we are joined by Weston Konishi, President of the Sake Brewers Association of North America (SBANA). We discuss: How a long stint in Japan led to a passion for sake Weston's work with the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation The U.S.-Japan relationship Fumio Kishida's ascension to Japan's premiership How craft beer paved the way fo…
 
In Episode #83, we are joined by Sital Kalantry, Professor of Law at Seattle University, author, and attorney. We discuss: The hierarchy of India's court system, from state courts to high courts to the Indian Supreme Court with 34 sitting judges The recent appointment of three female judges to the Indian Supreme Court (but a significant disparity r…
 
In Episode #82, we are joined by Robert Lamb, a Harris Bricken international attorney. We discuss: Current challenges with international supply chains The components of supply chain finance, including the various types of letters of credit Rob's insights into China's developments since it joined the WTO The diminishing skill of thinking deeply List…
 
In Episode #81, we are joined by David Sargsyan, partner at Ameria. We discuss: Armenia's economy today, including its emergence as a tech hub. The synergies between China and Armenia. An overview of Armenian culture. The role played by diaspora Armenians in the country. What prompted David to attend Notre Dame Law School (Fred's alma mater!). The …
 
In Episode #80, we are joined by Gregory Schaffer, author of Emerging Powers and the World Trading System. We discuss: Greg's career path, from an early interest in history and foreign affairs to being a regular visitor at the WTO in Geneva. How the development of international trade law capacities helped make Brazil, China, and India supporters of…
 
In Episode #79, we are joined by Marco Algorta, Public Relations Manager at Khiron Life Sciences and a cannabis activist in Uruguay. We discuss: Why Marco is less bullish about Uruguay's cannabis sector than he was a few years ago. Uruguay's strengths and weaknesses as a cannabis actor. What Uruguay needs to do to get its canna mojo back. Uruguay's…
 
In Episode #78, we are joined by Mareo McCracken, Chief Customer Officer/CRO at Movemedical. We discuss: Mareo's voracious reading habits What's different between and what's consistent across sales environments around the world How Mareo's company, MoveMedical, "solves" the medical device industry Dealing with rejection Mareo's upcoming book, Reall…
 
In Episode #77, we are joined by Jayesh Kothari, associate partner at DSK Legal’s Mumbai office. We discuss: Why foreign companies should consider investing in India The role of democracy in making India an attractive business destination India's steps to speed up dispute resolution, particularly arbitration Preferred and up-and-coming destinations…
 
In this episode, Isabella from the GLSA sits down with Dr Bruce Oswald CSC, a former professor at Melbourne Law School, the former director of the Asia Pacific Centre for Military Law and Legal Officer for the Australian Regular Army. Bruce has seen operational service in Rwanda, the Former Yugoslavia, East Timor, Iraq and Afghanistan. Reflecting o…
 
In Episode #76, we are joined by Andrew Hupert, professor at Hult International Business School. We discuss: The China where anything was possible, but nothing was easy Why there is no going back to "normal" when it comes to China How manufacturing destinations like Vietnam, Thailand and Mexico compare (or don't) to China China's increasing influen…
 
Professor Myanna Dellinger interviews law professor and Brazilian attorney Dr. Carolina Arlota of the University of Oklahoma College of Law, who compares climate change action in Brazil to that in the United States. Among other things, she promotes the view that litigation may help advance the agenda even if positive outcomes are not achieved at th…
 
In this episode Mimi is joined by Margaret Young, a professor at Melbourne Law School who specialises in public international law, the law of the sea, international trade law and climate change. They discuss Margaret’s diverse range of experiences at the UN, the World Bank and NGOs, as well as in private practise and academia. Margaret provides us …
 
In Episode #75, we are joined by Ilya Umanskiy, director of the Current Consulting Group. We discuss: Ilya's path from Moscow to New York City to Hong Kong Case study: Managing a high net-worth family's reputational risks Lessons from the Afghanistan withdrawal How long stints in Hong Kong help Ilya design solutions in a culturally sensitive way Th…
 
Emmanuel sits down with David Burke, a Legal Director at the Human Rights Law Centre in Melbourne. They discuss David’s corporate experience as a young lawyer and his transition to public interest law at HRLC.על ידי Global Law Students Association
 
In Episode #74, we are joined by Luis Martínez, the Director of the Southeast Energy, Climate and Clean Energy Program at Natural Resources Defense Council. We discuss: How Luis' desire to be the next Jacques Costeau led to a career in environmental law Luis' time at the Puerto Rico Environmental Quality Board and his advocacy in support of Vieques…
 
In this episode Bella sits down with Jacqui Zalcberg, a Human Rights Officer at the United Nations. They discuss Jacqui’s pathway from her legal studies through to her current position at the United Nations, and her various other experiences along the way. Jacqui discusses some of the challenges involved with working in this field and offers some t…
 
In Episode #73, we are joined by Attorney-Advisor at the U.S. Department of State, Niels Von Deuten. We discuss: The role of State Department lawyers How the Department's legal office, aka "L", is organized The difference between L and the legal attaches posted at U.S. missions abroad Niels' diverse assignments, from representing the Department on …
 
In Episode #72, we are joined by Kelly Sullivan, the current head track and field coach at Seattle University and former Team USA coach. We discuss: Kelly's experiences mentoring 23 Division III All-American athletes Coaching at the World Track and Field Championships and the Olympic Festival Preparing athletes for competition beyond colleges and u…
 
El día de la apertura del año judicial hubiera sido un excelente momento para poner encima de la mesa una solución radical que permita anular el bloqueo de la renovación de los órganos constitucionales vinculados a la justicia y que impone el Partido Popularעל ידי Julio V. González García
 
In Episode #71, we are joined by Taiwanese cannabis lawyer Zoe Lee, of Better Call Zoe fame. We discuss: Zoe's path to becoming Taiwan's best-known cannabis lawyer, and what her docket looks like. The legal status of cannabis and CBD in Taiwan. Zoe's inspirations for her podcast, In the Weeds. Legalization efforts in Taiwan and Zoe's prediction on …
 
In Episode #70, we are joined by Robert Fatton Jr., the Julia A. Cooper Professor of Government and Foreign Affairs in the Department of Politics at the University of Virginia and one of the foremost experts on Haiti. We discuss: Prof. Fatton's path from Port-au-Prince to Charlottesville Our guest's experience as a sportscaster during Haiti's 1974 …
 
In Episode #69, we are joined by Andrew Peaple, editor at The Wire China, and co-founder and presenter of the Asia Matters podcast. We discuss: Andrew's journalism career, including a 16-year stint at The Wall Street Journal. The JET Program and why it represents a soft power triumph for Japan. How journalism has been impacted by the growth of the …
 
In Episode #68, we are joined by Sam White, serial entrepreneur and CEO at Freedom Services Group, a UK-based insurance agency. We discuss: How Sam's first job at a car insurance brokerage led to starting her own international insurance group focused on women. Data bias against women in insurance and medical science, including male drug testing, se…
 
In this episode, Emmanuel sits down with Sophie Snow, an Associate in Baker McKenzie’s Dispute Resolution team in the Melbourne office. They discuss Sophie's work experience in New York and her pathway to Associate at Baker in Melbourne.על ידי Global Law Students Association
 
In Episode #67, we are joined by Enrique Martinez, CEO and founder of WebCapitalists Corp., a cryptocurrency and blockchain consulting company. We discuss: Why an aerospace engineer became an early adopter of Bitcoin. The Byzantine Generals Problem and what it tells us about blockchain. How Hurricane Maria and the devastation it brought about in hi…
 
Mimi sits down with Madeleine de Garis, a Partner in Ashurt’s Banking Practice in the Melbourne office. They discuss Maddi’s insights into working in various common law jurisdictions. Mimi and Maddi explore the opportunities you can have working internationally and at global firms such as Ashurst. Maddi completed her legal studies at the Australian…
 
In Episode #66, we are joined by Chris Campbell, in-house attorney for Baker Hughes and Tales of The Tribunal podcast host. We discuss: The evolution of Chris's podcast, Tales of The Tribunal Risotto, wine, and sunshine - or how Chris ended up in Italy A lawyer's perspective on the oil and gas industry The pros and cons of working as in-house couns…
 
In this episode Sophie sits down with JX Zheng, an Associate in HSF’s Corporate team in the Melbourne office. They discuss JX's clerkship experiences in Hong Kong and his pathway to Associate at HSF in Melbourne, including his time in Singapore during his secondment.על ידי Global Law Students Association
 
In Episode #65, we are joined by Natalie O’Regan, a cannabis activist in Ireland. We discuss: The state of cannabis legislation in Ireland. Natalie's research on drug policy. The "hamster wheel" of stigma in the context of drugs. Society's need for labeling and its connection to cannabis laws. Ireland's road ahead toward cannabis legalization. List…
 
In Episode #64, we are joined by Simon Igelman, an international business associate at Garfinkle Biderman LLP, a Canadian-based law firm. We discuss: Simon's background in technology and how he created his website Trade Law Report that pulls the most up to date online chatter about international trade from around the web, including Twitter. Balanci…
 
Isabella sits down with Peiwen Chen, Counsel at White & Case's Hong Kong office and associate Justin Chang who transferred from White & Case Melbourne to their Seoul office on 6 July 2021. They discuss Peiwen & Justin’s pathway to a legal career, their international experiences and important tips for students looking to pursue a career in law.…
 
In this episode, Mimi from the GLSA sits down with Ella Wardlaw, an Associate in Allen & Overy’s Litigation team in the London office. They discuss Ella’s pathway from law school in Melbourne straight into an international legal career in Hong Kong through to her current role in London. In this episode, Ella also speaks about the differences betwee…
 
In Episode #63, we are joined by Alberto Villarreal, Managing Director at Nepanoa Transformation Advisory. We discuss: An inside look at international consulting firms. Latin America (LatAm) as a marketplace and for back office or company operations. LatAm's talented labor force and affinity for Western-style work culture. Concerns for a company lo…
 
In Episode #62, we are joined by Azhelle Wade, The Toy Coach. We discuss: How a passion for working with children led to a career in toy design and development. The importance of market research for aspiring toymakers. Legal concerns for toymakers, including intellectual property and testing. Toys as a case study in the importance of protecting mol…
 
In this episode sponsored by Clifford Chance, Isabella from the GLSA sits down with Karen Jiang, a fourth seat trainee solicitor at Clifford Chance’s Hong Kong office. They discuss Karen’s pathway to a legal career and her experiences during her training contract at Clifford Chance.על ידי Global Law Students Association
 
In Episode #61, we are joined by Andrew House, partner and co-leader of the national security team at Fasken. We discuss: Andrew's career trajectory, from criminal defense work in Halifax to Canada's national security establishment in Ottawa. The challenges of working in post-conflict Kosovo. Foreign investment reviews in Canada, and the outsized r…
 
In Episode #60, we are joined by Hector Correa, of Smart Strikes Consulting. We discuss: Hector's jump from computer science to consulting. How a focus on tech solutions might distract from deeper inefficiencies. The advantages Mexico presents to foreign companies. Misconceptions concerning safety issues in Mexico. Mexico's creative industries. Lis…
 
In Episode #59, we are joined by Joe McCall, managing partner at Byrne & McCall, an Irish accountancy firm. We discuss: Brexit's impact on Ireland, including efforts by companies to diversify from the large UK market. What makes Ireland attractive to companies setting up HQ or R&D facilities. Which US industries are heading to Ireland. An Irish cou…
 
In Episode #58, we are joined by Dr. Elizabeth Freund Larus, chairman of the University of Mary Washington's Political Science and International Affairs Department and author of Politics and Society in Contemporary China. We discuss: China relations at a time when we know the country "won't morph into a more liberal polity." The pragmatic origins o…
 
In Episode #57, we are joined by Moses Wanki Park, a barrister and international arbitration attorney at Hong Kong's Liberty Chambers. We discuss: How Moses' service as an officer in the Korean Navy helped instill discipline and the ability to work under pressure. South Korean views of North Korea. Why Moses chose to study and work in Hong Kong. Wi…
 
In Episode #56, we are joined by Katarzyna Kuźma, a partner at Polish law firm DZP. We discuss: Katarzyna's multinational career path, which includes studies in Germany and several years working in Barcelona. Who are Katarzyna's client, and in which kind of matters does she represent them? Overseas expansion by Polish firms. The all-encompassing im…
 
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