185 West Broadway is buzzing with newsworthy events and compelling speakers this winter. Here’s a sample of what our community is looking forward to in February.
This list will be updated throughout the month.
U.S.-U.K. Tax Planning: Coping With Uncertainty
An expert panel will discuss the rapidly shifting tax landscape, including the changing rules for acceptable behavior, and how the new environment affects companies engaged in business between the U.S. and the U.K. The event was planned by our International Tax Program. CLE credit is available. Find more information and register here.
149th CityLaw Breakfast with NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill
Mark your calendar for the next breakfast in this popular speaker series, hosted by our Center for New York City Law. Find more information and registration details here.
2018 New York Asylum and Immigration Conference
This major annual conference, organized by the Safe Passage Project at NYLS and the Federal Bar Association, is designed to engage beginning attorneys, professors, and experienced lawyers. CLE credit is available. Find more information and register here.
International Tax Issues Arising in a Global Economy: Can the U.S. and Europe Play Nicely in the New Digital Age?
This timely lecture, by Stefano Grilli, Esq., Gianni, Origoni, Grippo, Cappelli & Partners, will address European Union state aid rules and the status of a high-profile legal proceeding involving U.S. multinationals such as Apple, Amazon, McDonald’s, Starbucks, and Fiat Chrysler. It is presented by our International Tax Program. CLE credit is available. Find more information and registration details here.
The 2018 Otto L. Walter Lecture
Our Center for International Law and Institute for Global Law, Justice, and Policy will host this North American Free Trade Agreement-focused lecture. The featured speaker, Professor Barry Appleton, is the author of two books on NAFTA. Find more information and registration details here.
The Ethics of Diversity: Symposium 2018
This daylong symposium, presented by NYLS and New York University’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, reviews key knowledge and skills necessary for equitable, inclusive, and diverse professional environments. CLE credit is available. Find more information and registration details here.