The Hague,
Dec 1 - 2, 2022

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Conan J Higgins

Conan Higgins is a licensed attorney, admitted to practice in California, Washington D.C., and the Court of International Trade. Conan is a Certified Project Management Professional as well as being certified in SCRUM Fundamentals and as a Human Trafficking Investigator. A Fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management and an Associate member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives in the United Kingdom. Conan has been recognized as a subject matter expert in the field of international business entity creation and regularly contributed to the World Bank/International Monetary Fund’s annual “Doing Business” report covering business best practices in 189 economies. Conan was selected for High Honors recognition by the Washington, D.C. Bar for his pro bono work during 2021, Prior to this Conan served for 6 years as the Vice Chair for the American Bar Association’s Section of International Law Middle East Committee from 2016 to 2019, and previously as Vice Chair for the International AntiMoney Laundering CommitteeEducation credentials include a B.A. in Organizational Leadership from Chapman University, a Juris Doctorate from Concord Law School, an LL.M. with Merit in International Business Law from the University of Liverpool, numerous graduate certificates in mediation and negotiation mastery from both Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School, and if that’s not enough for one person, Conan is currently pursuing a doctorate (Ph.D.) in International Law and Treaty Law through Euclid University. Conan has worked extensively in the USA, UK, Ukraine, Romania, Ireland, Serbia, Afghanistan, United Arab Emirates, Qatar as well as Brazil, Costa Rica, and Panama. In Africa; Libya, Kenya, Tanzania, South Sudan, Botswana, Ghana, and Liberia. Working in this field of legal business requires a combination of analytical ability, communication skills, and perseverance. To be successful, it is essential to be able to think critically about complex situations, identify important details, and examine all available evidence from multiple perspectives

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