Greenwald Lecture & International Trade Update

At the conference, hundreds of top-level trade lawyers and officials arrive at Georgetown Law’s campus to tackle contemporary challenges relating to international trade, from sanctions to sustainable development to tariffs and beyond.

The International Trade Update is managed by the Office of Executive and Continuing Legal Education, who offers Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit options for the conference. The conference is launched by the John D. Greenwald Lecture, made possible by a generous gift by the law firm Cassidy Levy Kent.

45th Annual International Trade Update

Going into its 45th iteration, Georgetown Law’s International Trade Update is the principal continuing legal education program for the trade and customs bar, held annually by Georgetown Law. We provide an annual forecast on legal and policy developments, which may feature trade remedies and customs law, trade policy, customs practice and judicial decisions, and developments in disputes and trade negotiations.

The conference is widely attended by the trade and customs bar, government officials, and in-house counsel. We seek to welcome attendees and feature speakers from key agencies and courts, including Commerce, Customs, USITC, USTR, Justice, the WTO Secretariat, and the U.S. Court of International Trade. Learn the insights you need to address the most pressing issues and stand out in your practice.

Register today and gain unparalleled access to advance your career!

Past John D. Greenwald Lectures