Professor M.C. Mirow has been invited to serve on a plenary panel at the Fiftieth Conference of the Inter-American Bar Association (IABA) held later this month in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Launching the plenary session, the panel will address the topic of The development of national law by the study of comparative law. The IABA was founded in 1940 by national bar associations from many countries of the Americas, including the ABA. With offices in Washington, DC, the IABA consists of bar associations and individual attorneys from most countries of the hemisphere and several European countries.
“It is always satisfying to engage our profession and bridge the academy and our legal communities. I am so honored that the IABA asked me to speak; it is such an important international organization of lawyers and bar associations. I am glad FIU College of Law will be represented,” said Mirow.