Gary N. Horlick


Partner and International Trade Lawyer, Law Offices of Gary N. Horlick, Adjunct Professor of Law

A.B., Dartmouth; B.A., M.A., University of Cambridge; J.D., Yale

A.B., Dartmouth; B.A., M.A., University of Cambridge; J.D., Yale. In his practice, he provides global business, investment, regulatory and negotiating advice to U.S. and international...

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A.B., Dartmouth; B.A., M.A., University of Cambridge; J.D., Yale. In his practice, he provides global business, investment, regulatory and negotiating advice to U.S. and international clients. He has handled antidumping and countervailing duty cases in the U.S. and Europe and more than ten other countries; GATT and WTO cases; and GATT, WTO and FTA negotiations for governments and businesses. Professor Horlick previously served as head of the U.S. Department of Commerce Import Administration, where he was responsible for the administration of U.S. antidumping and countervailing duty laws and decided major cases involving Europe, Brazil, Korea, South Africa, Canada, Mexico, Japan, India and others; supervision of Foreign Trade Zones; and negotiation of the U.S.-EC Steel Arrangement. In addition, he served as International Trade Counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance. Professor Horlick was the first chairman of the World Trade Organization's Permanent Group of Experts on subsidies. He has been recognized as one of the world's leading practitioners in the field of trade and customs law in each edition of Who's Who of International Trade and Customs Lawyers since 1998.

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"New Book Details Legal Implications of Brexit," a book review in Lawfare, April 12, 2017, of Legal Aspects of Brexit: Implications of the United Kingdom’s Decision to Withdraw from the European Union, co-edited by Visiting Professor Jennifer Hillman and Adjunct Professor Gary Horlick and published by the Institute of International Economic Law.

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"New Book Details Legal Implications of Brexit," a book review in Lawfare, April 12, 2017, of Legal Aspects of Brexit: Implications of the United Kingdom’s Decision to Withdraw from the European Union, co-edited by Visiting Professor Jennifer Hillman and Adjunct Professor Gary Horlick and published by the Institute of International Economic Law.

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