The latest edition of the quarterly journal details current trends in international law.
CHICAGO –– The International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC) released its third quarter 2018 Defense Counsel Journal (DCJ) on Aug. 20.
The latest edition of the quarterly journal details current trends in international law, including an examination of product liability laws in Latin America and comparisons of data breaches in Europe and the United States.
The publication's focus on legal scholarship has become a respected source for other professionals in the industry, according to a release announcing the publication. The articles are penned by members of the IADC -- an invitation-only group committed to improving the legal profession.
“What distinguishes the IADC from the pack of quality professional bar associations around the world? I believe the answer lies with the caliber of our members that continuously forge the extraordinary character of the IADC,” Andrew Kopon Jr., a former president of the organization, said.
In the latest issue, Kopon examines the year he spent at the helm of the organization.
IADC member Michael Franklin Smith also penned an article about the two years spent as the journal’s editor.
The journal also includes an article about the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and its possible implications.
The IADC, founded in 1920, is a global organization with members from all 50 states and more than 52 countries. The group’s main goal is to foster the advancement of the legal profession by promoting the development of its members and clients.