Vivian Mao Attends IBA’s 6th Asia Pacific Regional Forum Biennial Conference

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Regional director, Vivian Mao, was recently in Tokyo, Japan for the International Bar Association’s 6th Asia Pacific Regional Forum Biennial Conference: Unified Asia.

The three-day forum attracted top legal experts from around the world with attendees coming from the US, China, Germany, Brazil, Australia, etc.

Vivian Mao at the 6th Asia Pacific Regional Forum Biennial Conference

Vivian Mao at 6th Asia Pacific Regional Forum Biennial Conference: Unified Asia

While at the forum, Vivian had the opportunity to join in several sessions, including ones on mergers and acquisitions in unified Asia and internal and external council. She also had the opportunity to connect with many prominent legal professionals such as Horacio Bernardes-Neto, President of the International Bar Association.

Vivian Mao and IBA President Horacio Bernardes-Neto

Vivian Mao and IBA President Horacio Bernardes-Neto

This event provided a wonderful opportunity for Dezan Shira to not only network with some of the top legal experts in the world, but also gain insights into pressing legal matters in Asia and how to approach them strategically.

What is the International Bar Association?

Established in 1947, the International Bar Association (IBA) is the foremost organization for international legal practitioners, bar associations, and law societies. Currently, there are more than 80,000 international lawyers and 190+ bar associations and law societies that are members of the IBA.

Dezan Shira & Associates is excited to join these ranks through Vivian’s membership as a lawyer on behalf of the company. We look forward to expanding our legal knowledge through the IBA and providing our clients with high quality legal services.

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