As we all note, in an increasingly globalized legal world, the need for more intense and deeper collaboration among its players is both evident and important. The need for this collaboration spans all internationally related legal fields, be it human rights, disputes, trade, personal data, bilateral or multilateral investment agreements, intellectual property, and more. A wide array of public and private law issues that now see their borders both expanded to, and invaded by, different legal practices and dimensions are at the cornerstone of international exchanges and collaborations taking place among bar organizations, public agencies and officers, magistrates, and private practitioners alike.
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