International Trade and National Security Policy

Production Date: October 20, 2017 Practice Areas: International Law Estimated Length: 3705 minutes


$ 59 International Law In Stock

Although often discussed as separate considerations, international trade matters and national security policy naturally intersect, sometimes in unexpected ways for trade law practitioners. This program, taught by Laura Fraedrich and Lindsay Nelson of Jones Day, will explore the various considerations that tie together international trade and national security policy, with a focus on economic sanctions and export control developments under the Trump Administration. The course will also review current policies and practices related to the review of foreign direct investment by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States and the Defense Security Service. Finally, the program will cover recent developments related to trade agreement negotiations.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the interplay between international trade and national security
  2. Identify current trends and policies, and recent developments in these areas
  3. Discuss best practices for trade agreement negotiations

Angela G.
Brooklyn, NY

Great presentation!

Brian L.
Madison, WI

Thank You

Antoine M.
frederick, MD

Good presenters with thorough knowledge of subject

Harold S.
Bloomsburg, PA


Andrea J L.
San Francisco, CA

Interesting and timely.

William Z.
Milwaukee, WI

1st time experience with Lawline - very pleased.

Matthew D.
Hoboken, NJ

interesting lecture

Robert S.
Springfield, VA

Excellent presentation!

Jackie H.
Lexington Park, MD

Excellent presentation of timely topic!

Larry Wayne C.
Oakton, VA

Not my area of practice, but truly fascinating. Great presentation.

John E D.
Arlington, VA

fine presentation and interesting

Margaret H.
Fullerton, CA

Very good and timely presentation.

bridget c.
Medfield, MA

great slides to accompany presentation