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  • Finding the Fountain of Youth in the Future of International Legal Practice

    by R. Jason Huf

    It has been a while!  I haven't had much time for extraneous writing this year.  However, there's nothing extraneous about this:

    As Co-Chairman of New York County Lawyers' Association's (NYCLA) Foreign & International Law Committee, I was able to make time to accept New York Law School's (NYLS) gracious invitation to help organize and participate in a distinguished panel of international legal practitioners.  A couple of weeks ago, we enjoyed sharing our experiences with some of NYLS's bright, internationally-minded students at their International Law Center in downtown Manhattan.

    Career Panel l-r: Prof Lloyd Bonfield, Giulia Previti, Patrick Turner, Jason Huf, Dr. Aurelie Bertoldo, International Legal Practice, NYCLA, Middle East, Saudi Arabia, Jeddah, New York
    (Left to right: Professor Lloyd Bonfield, Director NYLS Center for International Law; Giulia Previti, Associate, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP [New York]; Patrick Turner, Vice President and Assistant General Counsel, CBS Broadcasting; Jason Huf; Aurelie Bertoldo, JD Candidate - NYLS Class of 2016 & Honoroary Student Co-Chair, NYCLA Foreign & International Law Committee)

    The panel on Careers in International Law was moderated by Professor Lloyd Bonfield and included Ms. Giulia Previti from the New York office of the globally renowned law firm Freshfield's; and, Mr. Patrick Turner, Vice President and Assistant General Counsel with the Law Depatment of CBS - and proud NYLS Alumnus.

    I provided some career advice and shared some of my experiences as a legal professional working in the Middle East, particularly Saudi Arabia.  However, the real "stars" of the panel were Ms. Previti and Mr. Turner - the insights they imparted to the students were pointed and profound.

    For me, just as compelling as my fellow panelists (and, they had some terrific stories to share) were the students in attendance and NYLS itself.  The Center for International Law, especially its Assistant Director, Mr. Michael Rhee, pulled out all the stops and extended every courtesy in hosting this event, displaying terrific organizational capabilities.  And, as has been typical of past experience during my time in our profession, the current JD Candidates at NYLS in attendance impressed me as serious, but down to earth, hard-working professional scholars brimming with ambition and curiosity.  I thoroughly enjoyed speaking with them, fielding their questions and otherwise interracting with them.  I have no doubt that the future of the legal profession, particularly the future of US-based international legal practice, is in good hands at the NYLS Center for International Law.

    Moments like my participation in this panel are among the most gratifying of my career.  It never fails to renew my enthusiasm about being a member of the legal profession.

    And, I would like to thank the Honorary Student Co-Chairs of NYCLA's Foreign & International Law Committee, Ms. Shabnam Hajain and Ms. Aurelie Bertoldo, both NYLS JD Candidates in the Class of 2016, for doing so much of the leg work to make this happen.  In fact, if memory serves, the whole thing started as Ms. Bertoldo's idea (not surprising, as she is a student at a first-rate law school).  My Committee Co-Chair, Clara Flebus, and I couldn't be more pleased with their intellect, committment and work ethic.

    I only hope that they, and their internationally-minded colleagues studying law at NYLS, found our discussion at be least half as valuable as I found it enjoyable.

      - Jason Huf
       Friday, April 16, 2015
       New York, NY