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Some are knights in shining armor for beleaguered domestic industries. Others are the champions of free markets, knocking down barriers at home and abroad. As the volume of goods and services being traded worldwide has expanded, so, too, have the duties of the international trade lawyers. These 10 leading lawyers have to be a versatile bunch. Problems may be solved by raising U.S. countervailing duty claims, or by negotiating complex international agreements, or by pushing government officials to bring cases before the World Trade Organization. Experts in everything from uranium to chocolate to lumber, they may be sought out by industry leaders to level the playing field or to gain a home-court advantage. And in the post-9/11 world, they are also called upon to help companies navigate the growing thicket of export controls, economic sanctions, and national security reviews. Still, all seem to retain a certain wonder for the far-flung locales and exotic goods that often go along with an international trade practice. As one leading lawyer put it, “The world is an endlessly fascinating place.”
Jeanne Archibald
Jeanne ArchibaldJeanne Archibald of Hogan & Hartson. James Bacchus
James BacchusJames Bacchus of Greenberg Traurig. Charlene Barshefsky
Charlene BarshefskyCharlene Barshefsky of WilmerHale. Stuart Eizenstat
Stuart EizenstatStuart Eizenstat of Covington & Burling. Mark Moran
Mark MoranMark Moran of Steptoe & Johnson. Paul Rosenthal
Paul RosenthalPaul Rosenthal of Kelley Drye Collier Shannon. Andrew Shoyer
Andrew ShoyerAndrew Shoyer of Sidley Austin. Valerie Slater
Val SlaterVal Slater of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld. Terence Stewart
Terence StewartTerence Stewart of Stewart & Stewart. Alan Wolff
Alan WolffAlan Wolff of Dewey Ballantine.
Jenna Greene is a freelance writer based in the Washington, D.C. area.

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