The ILS Gazette

Friday, July 12, 2013

In This Issue
International Law Quarterly
Russia Issue Now Available
The Russia Issue of the ILQ has been released and is available on the section's website:

If you'd like to get published in this premier journal, which covers all areas of international law, please submit topic ideas to Alvin Lindsay at

He will provide deadlines and the
publication's style guide.


Visit our sponsors

Become an ILS Sponsor for the 2012-2013 Cycle


We are in the midst of a new sponsorship cycle for the 2012-2013 ILS year. In light of what we accomplished this past year, we hope you will continue to support the Section as a sponsor for another year. In 2011-2012, various firms, companies and suppliers sponsored the Section. We look forward to another year of innovative programs where we can advance international law and further promote our sponsors.


Contact Elizabeth Ortega for more details.

ILS Thanks its Hemispheric Sponsors:

- Bilzin Sumberg

- Devine Goodman Rasco & Wells, P.A. 

- Hughes Hubbard 

- White & Case 


The ILS Gazette:

Regan Kruse & Quinn Smith

Richard C. Lorenzo 

Immediate Past Chair:
Nicolas Swerdloff 

C. Ryan Reetz 

Peter A. Quinter 

Eduardo Palmer


*  2014 International Litigation & Arbitration Conference is looking for dedicated volunteers to join the Steering Committee!


* Nominate someone today for the 12th Annual International Business Woman of the Year Awards.


* The newly redesigned ILS website is up and running. Check it out at:


* AIJA (Association Internationale des Jeunes Avocats) annual Congress will be held in Buenos Aires from Sept. 17-21. 

We Want You!

2014 ILAC Steering Committee Opportunity


The 2014 International Litigation & Arbitration Conference is looking for dedicated volunteers to join the Steering Committee. If you are interested in learning how you can be involved, please contact Laura Reich at



12th Annual International Business Woman of the Year ("IBWOY") Awards - November 12, 2013


The 2013 annual IBWOY recognition luncheon will be here before you know it.

Nominate someone today! If you know a deserving South Florida businesswoman, take a few minutes to tell us her story. To qualify, the applicant must be engaged in international business or activities that help promote international trade or mentor other women in the international business arena within the State of Florida. Past recipients are not eligible. There are three categories of recipients:

  • Small/medium sized business: companies with 200 employees or less
    2012 recipient was Annette Taddeo-Goldstein)
  • Large business: companies with more than 200 employees
    2012 recipient was Carmen Taylor, American Airlines Cargo)
  • Service: government, public sector entities, non-profits
    2012 recipient was Hon. Carmenza Jaramillo, Proexport USA)

People interested in nominating a deserving candidate, can fill out the the 2013 form, available here: Applications must be typed and provide all required information. Separate pages may be used to respond to all questions on the application. Applications which are incomplete in any manner will not be eligible for consideration. All applicants hereby consent to the use of their name and profile being published and disseminated in connection with all publications by or on behalf of OWIT South Florida.


Deadline for submission: Friday, August 30, 2013.

Finalists will be selected for a personal interview by the Nominating Committee.

An independent panel of judges will be responsible for selecting the winners.

Winners will be notified by: October 11, 2013.

If you are interested in applying or wish to nominate someone, please email the completed application to:

Cristina Suárez, Astigarraga Davis/ Email: Tel. 305-372-8282

Thank you for your time in completing this application.

Good luck to all applicants!

Upcoming Events
Young Lawyers, Don't Miss the next AIJA Annual Congress in Buenos Aires


AIJA Annual Congress
Buenos Aires
September 17-21


AIJA is gearing up for its annual Congress, to be held in Buenos Aires from Sept. 17-21. Several days of informative and educational seminars along with opportunities to network with other participants, including hundreds of members of the world's largest association of young lawyers, AIJA (Association Internationale des Jeunes Avocats). The conference kicks off with a full-day seminar on the do's and don'ts when doing business in Latin America, a valuable tool for Florida lawyers practicing in the region. While attending the conference, explore Buenos Aires and find interesting and challenging seminars and working sessions on groundbreaking legal issues in various legal fields. There are numerous opportunities to learn and network, be involved in future events, and become an integral part of this dynamic group.
Online registration for the Buenos Aires 
Congress is open. Register now at this link.
For more information please visit this link 
or contact AIJA US National Representative Joseph Gulino at