The International Business Law Consortium (IBLC) is an association of law and accounting firms, operating under the auspices of the Center for International Legal Studies. The IBLC was established in 1996 by the Center as a means of assisting IBLC member firms to participate in the Center publishing, conference, study, and professional development programs, and to further the research and scholarship programs of the Center.
 
The IBLC offers member firms the advantage of international business contacts and serves as a source of information on international business law developments. While not a network, the IBLC offers it members a cohesive platform to develop, coordinate, and achieve professional objectives.
 
More than 85 select firms in Europe, North, Central, and South America, Asia and the Pacific, and the Middle East are members of the IBLC. Membership is limited to firms of impeccable professional reputation. IBLC does not admit more than one law or accounting firm per city. Membership is expected to reach 90 by the end of 2005. Membership is available on an exclusive basis, and by invitation only. If you are interested in exploring membership with the IBLC, please write to Melanie Serpa.
 
The Center for International Legal Studies is a non-profit research, training, and law publication institute, established and operating under Austrian law and with its international headquarters in Salzburg, Austria. The Center has operated since 1976 in Salzburg. It has close cooperation with the Suffolk University Law School in Boston, with the law schools of the University of Salzburg, the University of Amsterdam and the University of Durham, England, and with numerous other universities and educational organizations around the world.
 
The essential purpose of the Center is the promotion of the dissemination of information among members of the international legal community, this being achieved through the its various research and law publication projects and the administration of post-graduate and professional training programs. More than 3,000 lawyers worldwide have been appointed Fellows of the Center for International Legal Studies.
 
 
» IBLC Scope
» Meeting Buenos Aires, March 2002
 
» Contacts in the Wolrd
 
 
 
 
+ information www.iblc.com
 
 
 
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