Foley Hoag Public International Law Practice

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Phil Brooks

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Foley Hoag Public International Law Practice

Postby Phil Brooks » Sun Nov 20, 2016 11:41 pm

Hi,

Can anyone please speak to Foley Hoag's public international law practice? It is the only firm that seems to have a real public international law practice, meaning one that extends beyond just investor-state arbitration. They advertise that in addition to investor-state arbitration, they do ICJ, UNCLOS, and other types of cases as well. Does anyone know how true this is? Moreover, is it possible to do these matters full-time, or do lawyers in the PIL group have to do domestic litigation as well to make hours?

Thanks.

Phil Brooks

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Re: Foley Hoag Public International Law Practice

Postby Phil Brooks » Sat Nov 26, 2016 2:51 pm

Bump. Does anybody know about Foley Hoag's Public International Law Practice?



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