Highlights

2014-04-03 20.18.02 Criminal Litigation Workshop in Mexico City (4/10/2014) - In late March and early April 2014, the NatLaw Oral Trial Training team conducted a second two-week litigation workshop in Mexico City.  The two-week workshop was again organized by the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México as the last part of an eight-month long certificate program on Human Rights and the New Criminal Adversarial Trial of […]
picture Conference on Secured Transactions Reforms in Latin America and the Caribbean (2/25/2014) - Conference on Secured Transactions Reforms in Latin America and the Caribbean (2/25/14). NatLaw Research Attorney and Development Coordinator Elizabeth Pocock attended the Conference on Secured Transactions Reforms in Latin America and the Caribbean hosted by the International Finance Corporation in collaboration with the Institute of the Americas and the Government of Costa Rica.
Micro Finance Institution Secured Transactions Reform in Liberia (12/5/2013) - NatLaw Senior Research Attorney Marek Dubovec, with the support of the International Finance Corporation of the World Bank Group, visited Liberia last month to assist the Central Bank of Liberia and various stakeholders in the review of a new secured transactions system and Collateral Registry that is scheduled to launch before Summer 2014.  Pictured here […]
P1020340 U.S.-Mexico Bar Association Conference 2013 (10/31/2013) - The National Law Center was pleased to join the U.S.-Mexico Bar Association as a Silver Sponsor for the U.S.-Mexico Bar Association - 2013 Annual Meeting and CLE Conference: New Laws, New Opportunities.  The Conference took place October 29 – 31, 2013 at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel – Phoenix, Arizona, USA.  Of particular significance for NatLaw was the inclusion of […]
P1020234 Oral Trial Reform: The Case of Mexico (10/30/2013) - NatLaw was thrilled to host an event last Tuesday evening October 29th that featured a discussion on the current challenges and opportunities within Mexico in light of the recent Commercial and Criminal Trial Reforms and an overview of NatLaw’s prior trainings.  The Panel was free and open to the public and legal community of Tucson and was […]
P1010755 Representatives from the Shanghai University of International Business and Economics School of Law visit Tucson (10/15/2013) - In mid October, NatLaw was pleased to welcome representatives from the Shanghai University of International Business and Economics School of Law to visit Tucson.  The delegation included Dean Jingying Chen, Professor Jun Feng, and Professor Jie Huang.  While in Tucson, the delegation visited NatLaw and the University of Arizona Law School to meet with UA Law Dean […]
Header Background Orange with Logo-001 Release of NatLaw World Database (8/8/2013) - NatLaw is happy to announce the release of our new and improved legal database NatLaw World.  NatLaw World replaces the previously existing InterAm Database.  It contains the same information with a new user-friendly platform and enhanced search capabilities. Visit the new NatLaw World today!
Malawi Malawi Adopts Secured Transactions Law (6/14/2013) - In early June, Malawi adopted a new secured transactions law – the Personal Property Security Act (PPSA).   NatLaw acted as a consultant to this law and was retained by the IFC to assist in the drafting of the law.  NatLaw will also provide support with the law’s implementation, including the design and establishment of […]
Instructors Litigation Workshop in Mexico City (6/7/2013) - In late May and early June 2013, the NatLaw Oral Trial Training team conducted a two-week litigation workshop in Mexico City.  The two-week workshop was organized by the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México as the last part of an eight-month long certificate program on Human Rights and the New Criminal Adversarial Trial of Mexico. The […]
P1010003.JPG Influential Women Across Borders (4/30/2013) - On April 26, 2013 NatLaw hosted a local event “Influential Women Across Borders.”  The event was free to the public and featured guest speakers Hon. Barbara Mundell, Gerda Weissmann Klein, and Dean Clara Szczaranski.  NatLaw would like to thank all of its donors, guests, and speakers for making it a wonderful evening.  For more info and event […]

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