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About Laurel Terry

Professor Laurel Terry is a U.S. academic whose research focuses on international and inter-jurisdictional regulation of the legal profession. A three-time Fulbright grant recipient, her recent research has focused on global regulatory initiatives, including recent structural reforms in Australia and the UK, the application of the World Trade Organization’s GATS agreement to legal services, lawyer confidentiality and the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) recommendations, antitrust initiatives directed towards the legal profession, and the effect of the Bologna Process on legal education. Her personal website (which is available as a link from her Penn State bio) contains links to global resources and her presentation slides on a variety of topics. Professor Terry is active in international, national, and state organizations involved with lawyer regulation. As a member of the International Bar Association (IBA) World Trade Organization Working Group, she has represented the IBA before the WTO and the United Nations. She is a former chair of the Professional Responsibility Section of the Association of American Law Schools and serves on several AALS committees. Professor Terry is a special advisor to the ABA Task Force on International Trade in Legal Services and is a consultant to the Conference of Chief Justices’ International Agreements Committee. She also serves on the International Legal Education Committee of the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar and on the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s legal ethics committee. A member of Phi Beta Kappa, the Order of the Coif, and the American Law Institute, Professor Terry is a former law clerk for the Hon. Alfred T. Goodwin of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Before her academic career, she practiced with a large law firm in Portland, Oregon.