July 26, 2016
Welcome to the New
International Practice Section Blog
We’re excited to announce the launch of a new blog for the International Practice Section!
Designed to deliver the latest news, our new blog will give practical advice and valuable resources that focus on issues relating to International Law.
Why a blog?
We chose to create a blog because it combines the benefits of a newsletter with the timeliness and immediacy of online communication.
Blogs bring many advantages:
- Easy to read
- Can be updated frequently with the latest news and developments
- Link to additional information and related blogs, including those written by our members
- Posts can be shared on social media
We need bloggers!
Have an idea for a blog post? Know information that would be helpful to your fellow section members? Send us a post! You’ll get the chance to share your experience with others and link your post to your State Bar web profile and to your personal or corporate blog. Contact Jennifer Jin for our blog post template and guidelines, as well as tips for creating an attention-getting post.
If you have suggestions for how we can make the blog even better, we want to hear your ideas. Just contact one of the section board members with your thoughts.
Chairperson of the International Practice Section
The Challenge is $25,000–You Can Help Meet that Goal!
If you’ve never donated to the Wisconsin Law Foundation, or if your support has waned in the past few years, now is the time to get involved or reconnect because your donation will be DOUBLED.
Through a generous matching pledge, EVERY donation this year from individuals who have not contributed to the Foundation since 7/1/2018 will be matched, dollar for dollar, to a total of up to $25,000!
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International Practice Section Blog is published by the State Bar of Wisconsin; blog posts are written by section members.
To contribute to this blog, contact
Betty Eberle and review Author Submission Guidelines.
Learn more about the International Practice Section or become a member.
Disclaimer: Views presented in blog posts are those of the blog post authors, not necessarily those of the Section or the State Bar of Wisconsin. Due to the rapidly changing nature of law and our reliance on information provided by outside sources, the State Bar of Wisconsin makes no warranty or guarantee concerning the accuracy or completeness of this content.
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