Foley Hoag Attorney Christina Beharry Named MILIG Co-Chair
April 25, 2017
Foley Hoag LLP attorney Christina Beharry has recently been named Co-Chair of the Minorities in International Law Interest Group (MILIG), which was created to promote and enhance the careers of minorities in the field of international law. MILIG is a sub-group of the American Society of International Law (ASIL).
As MILIG Co-Chair, Beharry will be responsible for overseeing the group's numerous activities including career development programs, networking events, receptions and seminars on substantive topics related to minorities in international law.
Beharry’s practice at Foley Hoag focuses on public international law, investor-state and commercial arbitration, and trade and investment policy. She has public and private sector experience in international arbitration proceedings and has experience working with valuation experts to advise clients on complex financial matters related to the valuation of businesses, environmental damages, and compensation for adverse human health impacts.
MILIG supports members of minorities in the legal profession by advancing their development in order to reach their full potential for achievement and leadership, and also supports, encourages and enhances opportunities for others who are interested in entering the field of international law. In addition, MILIG works to promote awareness of minorities in all areas of international law.
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