AIJA is glad to organise a webinar with BARBRI Global, our Annual Sponsor, on 'Globalize your Legal Career: A Conversation with International Legal Professionals' on Tuesday 6 June at 14:00 CEST.
The legal world is globalizing along with other industries, and it is more important than ever to learn about how you can globalize your career and legal practice for the future.
Join BARBRI Global and a panel of international lawyers to discuss the impact of the globalizing legal landscape and how you can best equip yourself in this world.
The webinar is for free and open to everyone. If you are interested, please register here.
The event is co-organised with:
Claire Flores, Esq.
Head of International Business Development at BARBRI Global. She is a Solicitor Candidate in England and Wales and a lawyer in the United States. She is currently based in New York City. Claire has worked for BARBRI for eight years helping students across the globe prepare and realize their dream of becoming a Solicitor or U.S. lawyer.
Vivian Ji, Esq.
Vivian is a New York lawyer living in Shanghai. She has worked at international law firms throughout China and has studied law at East China University, Univ of Virgina School of Law, and Economics at Harvard University. She now is a Business Development Executive at BARBRI Global and has immense experience speaking with lawyers and law students in the Asia market about getting qualified in England & Wales and in the United States.
Jasmine Gratton, Esq.
Jasmine is a New York lawyer and an English Solicitor Candidate. After studying law in England, she was the youngest woman to pass the New York bar at 21. She then pursued her LLM in Intellectual Property and her English Solicitor license. She is currently a trademark and copyright attorney in New York and Connecticut and is passionate about the global legal profession for young lawyers.
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