Most U.S. lawyers pay little attention to the World Trade Organization, a spider’s web of trade treaty obligations overseen by a faceless international bureaucracy accountable chiefly to itself.

Attorney interest is likely to pick up if the organization gains a say in lawyer licensing and regulation of multidisciplinary practices, something that seems likely given current trends and the WTO’s megalomaniac vision.

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