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International Bar Associations
- Customs and International Trade Bar Association (CITBA)
The Customs and International Trade Bar Association (CITBA) was founded in 1926. Its members consist of attorneys who maintain an interest in the field of customs law, international trade law and related matters. CITBA members represent United States importers, exporters and domestic parties concerned with matters that involve the United States Customs laws, anti dumping, countervailing duties and other international trade laws, and related laws and regulations of other U.S. federal agencies concerned with international commerce.
- Federation des barreaux d'Europe
Mission: To Bring Together The Bars Of Member States Of The Council Of Europe To Put In Place Common Activity While Respecting Their Autonomy And Independence, To Establish A Permanent Link Between Member Bars Particularly By The Organisation Of Periodic Meetings, To Represent The Profession Of Lawyer With The European Institutions.
- Inter-American Bar Association IABA,FIA
Founded on May 16, l940 by a group of distinguished lawyers and jurists representing forty-four professional organizations and seventeen nations of the western hemisphere, the Inter-American Bar Association ("IABA") represents a permanent forum for the exchange of professional views and information for lawyers to promote the Rule of Law and protect the democratic institutions in the Americas.
- Inter-Pacific Bar Association (IPBA)
The Inter-Pacific Bar Association ("IPBA") is an international association of business and commercial lawyers with a focus on the Asia-Pacific region. Members are either Asia-Pacific residents or have a strong interest in this part of the world. The IPBA was founded in April 1991 at an organising conference held in Tokyo attended by more than 500 lawyers from throughout Asia and the Pacific. Since this time, it has grown to become a pre-eminent organisation in the area of Asia law and business with a membership of approximately 2,000 lawyers from 67 jurisdictions around the world.
- International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
The IAML is a worldwide association of practising lawyers who are recognised by their peers as the most experienced and expert family law specialists in their respective countries.
- International Bar Association (IBA)
The International Bar Association (IBA) influences the development of international law reform and shapes the future of the legal profession throughout the world. Through its various sections and committees, the IBA enables an interchange of information and views among its members as to laws, practices and professional responsibilities relating to the practice of business law throughout the world. It aims to promote an exchange of information between legal associations worldwide, support the independence of the judiciary and the right of lawyers to practise their profession without interference, and support human rights for lawyers worldwide through its Human Rights Institute.
LAWASIA is a professional association of representatives of bar councils, law associations, individual lawyers, law firms and corporations principally from the Asia Pacific region. LAWASIA facilitates its members’ participation in the most dynamic economic region in the world. Since its inception in 1966, LAWASIA has built an enviable reputation among lawyers, business people and governments, both within and outside the region, as a committed, productive and genuinely representative organisation. It has achieved this through its establishment of a strong and effective professional network of lawyers who have an interest in the Asia Pacific region. LAWASIA provides an invaluable opportunity for lawyers to come together to exchange ideas and information on regional issues, and to establish a network of working relationships in the important region of the Asia Pacific.
- National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA)
NAPABA is the national association of Asian Pacific American (APA) attorneys, judges, law professors, and law students, providing a national network for its members and affiliates. NAPABA advocates for the legal needs and interests of the APA community and represents the interests of over 40,000 attorneys and 47 local APA bar associations, with practice settings ranging from solo practices to large firms, corporations, legal services organizations, non-profit organizations, law schools, and governmental agencies.
United States Bar Associations