About the Washington Foreign Law Society – Membership and Sponsorship

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Washington Foreign Law Society
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A juris doctor graduate of the George Washington University law school, Binta Robinson is an attorney who was licensed in the District of Columbia and is an active member in the D.C. Bar.

Established in 1952, the nonprofit Washington Foreign Law Society is an educational organization dedicated to the study and understanding of comparative legal issues and other international legal and non-legal matters. Well-situated in the nation’s capital, the society connects its members with a wide variety of organizations, including academic institutions, professional firms, and United States governmental agencies, among others. Open to students, government employees, and members of the legal profession, the Washington Foreign Law Society offers both one-year and recurring memberships. Members receive a number of benefits, including admission to exclusive events and the society’s annual gala meeting. Additionally, the society grants sponsorship opportunities, which can not only be used to grant individual memberships, but may also garner a company or institution notice on its website and in its event programs.