"Years Before or Between -- Making Use of Having Studied Law Abroad in the American Teaching Market."
Wednesday, March 26, 2014 12:10 PM EDT
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Speakers: George Bermann and Katharina Pistor
In an increasingly global world, training in a foreign legal system, either initially or subsequent to earning an American degree, can be an asset on the American teaching market – but it also presents challenges, among colleagues and in the classroom. If you are an American, should you seek out foreign training? How and where? If you were trained abroad, what difficulties might you face? How can you best position yourself for an American teaching career?