A UCLA Regents' Lecture, Communicating Cross-Culturally when the Stakes are High: Reflections on Thirty Years in International Law Practice, with lecturer Mary Rose Brusewitz will be held on Tuesday, February 26, 2013 from 12:15 pm to 1:15 pm at UCLA School of Law, Room 1430.
Ms. Brusewitz is the Partner in Charge of the New York office and Co-Head of the International Practice of the law firm of Strasburger & Price, LLP. She is an Adjunct Professor of the International Transactions Clinic of the University of Michigan Law School. She has an undergraduate degree in Anthropology from UCLA, and a JD from UCLA School of Law.
Ms. Brusewitz concentrates her practice on international transactions with an emphasis on working with Latin American companies as well as U.S., European, and Asian entities doing business in Latin America and elsewhere. Because of her years of international experience, Ms. Brusewitz has developed expertise in many areas, including evaluating legal and regulatory systems, understanding business and legal practices from cross-border and multicultural perspectives, adapting transaction structures and documentation to the realities of many countries and understanding the impact of legal and financial systems on risk analysis and structuring.
UCLA School of Law and UCLA Department of Anthropology are co-sponsoring Ms. Brusewitz's visit. The Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy is proud to assist in holding the lecture.
RSVP Required: Lunch will be served. Please RSVP to be included in the lunch.
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