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3 Int'l L. News 1 (1974)

handle is hein.journals/inrnlwnw3 and id is 1 raw text is: Volume 3, Number I                                                                         January 7974

Any Section Member interested in assisting in planning
the Annual Meeting to be held in Honolulu, please
immediately contact Glenn J. Sedam, 400 7th Street,
N.W., Suite 10408, Washington, D.C. 20590, Telephone
This opening represents a unique opportunity to guide
Section activity and educational programs.
A one-day ABA National Institute on Customs,
Tariffs and Trade will be held in San Diego Friday,
February 15, 1974, under Section sponsorship, at the
Westgate Hotel, tuition of $75 for ABA members (only
100 registrants can be accommodated). Write to ABA
National Institutes, American Bar Association, 1155
East 60th Street, Chicago, II1. 60637 for registration.
The Section's Committee on Relations with Lawyers
of Other Nations organized a highly successful visit to
Moscow and Leningrad for 252 American lawyers and
their wives during the period October 21-30, 1973.
In Moscow and Leningrad, members of the group met
with outstanding legal representatives of the Govern-
ment of the USSR and of the practicing bar. Small groups
visited the headquarters of the Moscow Provincial Bar
Association, met with the Deputy Minister of Justice
and some of his colleagues, and were also privileged to
attend a criminal court proceeding. Section Chairman
Donald K. Duvall and Charles R. Norberg, Chairman of
the Committee on Relations with Lawyers of Other
Nations, were interviewed by Radio Moscow and the
Moscow News (English language newspaper).
Hon. Donald K. Duvall, Charles R. Norberg, and
Walter W. Regirer managed the briefing trip, and Walter
W. Regirer, as Chairman of the Committee's Sub-
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committee on Briefing Trips, conducted an excellent
substantive program during the USA-USSR symposium
on  international trade. Robert Starr of London,
England, was Chairman of the Curriculum Committee
and is preparing his record of the proceedings which will
be published by the Section early in 1974.
During the visits, a program of international educa-
tional exchange for young lawyers was proposed to the
Soviet lawyers and apparently accepted. Limited ex-
changes will probably begin some time during the late
spring or summer of 1974.
The Section's Committee on Multinational Corpora.
tions is undertaking a case study of actions by the
United States government, under the Executive and
Congressional wings, that may have had detrimental
effect on American exports. Anyone with specific cases
that can be documented should please contact L.J.
Theberge, Chairman of the Committee on Multinational
Corporations, 1529 Garrison Place, San Diego, California
Since its organization in May 1973, the African Law
Committee has had four meetings and has prepared a
program for the National Institute on Legal Aspects of
Doing Business in Africa to be held in New York City
on May 1617, 1974 (mark calendars now).
The National Institute will be divided into four major
sessions, one on each morning and afternoon. The first
session, on The Political and Legal Background
for Doing Business in Africa will be chaired by
Robert Hellawell, who is a professor of law at Columbia
University and who has recently been involved in
teaching in Africa.
Theodore Sorenson will chair an afternoon session on
Particular Problems and Opportunities in Doing
Business in Africa. The morning session to be chaired

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