Clark Hill Member Steven M. Richman Moderated panel, “View From The Bench: The State of International Law,” at ABA’s midyear meeting
Philadelphia, PA – Steven M. Richman, a Member in Clark Hill’s Litigation and International Legal Services practice group, as well as the American Board Association’s chair of the Section of International Law, moderated the panel “View From The Bench: The State of International Law.”
ABA’s midyear meeting took place in Vancouver on February 1, 2018. The panel comprised of Frank J. Bailey, a federal bankruptcy judge for the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Massachusetts, Judge Richard Franklin Boulware II of the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada and Justice Harvey M. Groberman of the British Columbia Court of Appeals. For more information, click here.
Steven M. Richman practices in the areas of domestic and international commercial law, including mediation, litigation and arbitration, and appellate work, including distributorships, intellectual property, agency, art and photography law, professional responsibility and contracts.
Steven is president of the Board of Trustees of the New Jersey State Bar Foundation and chair of the New Jersey State Bar Association's International Law Committee. In addition, Steven is a member of the editorial board of The New Jersey Law Journal.
Within the American Bar Association, Steven is vice-chair of the ABA's Section of International Law, and serves in the ABA House of Delegates. He co-chairs the Section's Professional Ethics Committee. Within the International Bar Association, he chairs the IBA's Multidisciplinary Practice Committee, serves on the Bar Issues Commission Policy Committee, and on the advisory council to the IBA's Section on Public and Professional Interest division.
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