29th Annual International Law Institute
February 23 – 24, 2017
The Houstonian Hotel & Spa
Join local and international lawyers to discuss the cutting-edge issues facing international law practitioners in 2017 and beyond. Topics will include forecasting risk and doing business in countries in crisis; impact of low cost environment on upstream industry contracts; emerging issues in international dispute resolution; international human rights in the energy sector; immigration, refugees, and asylum law in today’s world; and advising on safety-critical cybersecurity risks to pipelines and key infrastructure. The conference will also include a distinguished General Counsel in-house panel.
Network with In-House Counsel from:
|| BHP Billiton
|| ENI Petroleum
|| Baker Hughes
|| Keefe Company
| Butchko Inc.
|| Emerson Electric
|| LNG Limited
Keynote Presentation by:
Ambassador Robert W. Jordan
Former U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia and past-president of the Dallas Bar Association
Confirmed presentations by:
• Alan Crain, Senior Vice President, Chief Legal & Governance Officer at Baker Hughes
• Charles Foster, Chairman of Foster LLP and presidential immigration policy advisor
• Ambassador Chase Untermeyer, former United States ambassador to Qatar
• Joel Androphy, Partner, Berg & Androphy
The Annual Institute registration fee includes admission to the 2017 Nuts & Bolts of International Law half-day introductory seminar on February 23, 2017, on developing an international practice, with presentations from an in-house panel.
Registration fees: early bird $150 for section members and $225 for non-members (section membership included) by February 1, 2017. After February 1, 2017, $250 for members and $325 for non-members.
Registration for Nuts & Bolts on February 23, 2017 only: $50, or $30 for students.