Today it is easy for people all over the globe to interact with each other in increasingly complex transactions. Adding to the complexity of our international interactions, our nations’ laws are increasingly complicated to account for new technology and rebalance fundamental rights and priorities like privacy and security, individual freedom and the collective good. Through international agreements there has been some harmonization of legal systems and progress toward transnational consensus on the world’s most pressing and universal legal questions, but given the considerable diversity in legal systems and philosophies that still exists in the twenty-first century, there will continue to be plenty of work for bilingual attorneys.
Corresponding author. Elena Vivar and J. Bryan Warnock
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