Law360, New York (June 3, 2016, 6:09 PM EDT) -- Like any area of the law, the international trade practice has its own wrinkles and parameters that young would-be attorneys should examine before finalizing their career paths, as too tight a focus or a hasty search process could lead to unnecessary headaches.
While acknowledging that certain corners of international law such as environmental arbitration or human rights work might be more attractive to freshly minted law school graduates, Wiley Rein LLP partner Tim Brightbill says the practice’s core areas of trade remedies, export controls, sanctions and customs work will provide a sound footing in the early stages of a lawyer’s career....
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