The Dennis J. Block Center for the Study of International Business Law

Making a Mark Around the Globe 

Brooklyn Law School’s International Business Law Program prepares its fellows for a range of successful careers around the world. IBL Fellows are highly regarded and sought after by employers from banks and securities firms to law firms and courts.

Specific law firms have included Baker & McKenzie; Sidley Austin; Cravath; Clifford Chance; Davies Ward Philips & Vineberg; Davis Polk; Dewey Ballantine; Fitzpatrick, Cella; Fried, Frank; Kelley Drye & Warren; Linklaters; Milbank, Tweed; Paul, Hastings; Pillsbury Winthrop; Proskauer Rose; Bryan Cave; Schulte Roth; Skadden, Arps; Shearman & Sterling; Stroock & Stroock; Sullivan & Cromwell; Weil, Gotshal; White & Case; and Wilkie Farr.

Alumni of the IBL Fellowship Program also hold important positions at major international corporations, including director and counsel for Global Transaction Services at Citigroup Markets & Banking, director of the Contracts & Negotiations Group at IBM Corporation, and chief operating officer at Balyasny Europe Asset Management in Hong Kong. Others have secured positions at prestigious institutions including the United Nations, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and the U.S. Department of Justice. They are also regularly hired as law clerks by federal and state judges across the United States.

IBL Fellows maintain strong connections to the Law School community, returning regularly for alumni events, participating as speakers in a variety of programs, and serving as mentors for current student Fellows.

Watch video from the IBL Symposium: What Law Governs International Commercial Contracts? Divergent Doctrines and the New Hague Principles

Have questions? We have answers.

Brooklyn Law School
Dennis J. Block Center for the Study of International Business Law
Attn: Lorraine McDonald
Fellowship Program
250 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201