Stronger Together: Leadership for New Security & Economic Challenges

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Stronger together than acting alone, Canada and the United States face significant security challenges of sourcing critical minerals (economic security), maintaining military readiness (North American Aerospace Defense Command and Arctic security), and global peacekeeping (NATO security). The 47th Annual Canada-U.S. Law Institute Conference on April 20 and 21, 2023, will analyze these issues by bringing together government officials, distinguished academics, practitioners and business leaders. This will occur on the heels of the first Biden-Trudeau Summit, where the countries’ two leaders will chart the path for being stronger together in today’s volatile world.

5.0 CLE credits are available for April 21st only for an additional $100 for Alumni and $200 for Non-Alumni. Payment is made on April 21st with a check or credit card if attending in-person or paying online if attending virtually.

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Canada-United States Law Institute Annual Conference

Subject Headings

Canada--United States international relations, international law--Canada and United States


Gund Hall the the Botanical Garden Center

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