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More Young Lawyers Are Gravitating Toward Int'l Arbitration

By Caroline Simson (October 22, 2018, 9:51 PM EDT) -- International arbitration was once considered an obscure career choice, but globalization and the practice's unique nature have helped to spark more enthusiasm than ever among young lawyers and law students about pursuing a career in the field, experts say.

Even with protectionism on the rise, there's no denying that the business world has gravitated toward internationalization, resulting in an ever-increasing amount of work for international-disputes lawyers that drives interest in the field among young lawyers and law students.

But it's more than just the availability of work that has driven this trend. There's a passion for the field and for the...

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