Inter-American Bar Association (IABA) posts: More Efficient International Service of Process: To Hague, or not to Hague, that is the question

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On Mar. 31, 2022, the Inter-American Federation of Lawyers a/k/a Inter-American Bar Association (IABA) posted the attached article by Shain Khoshbin, Carolyn Raines, and Aaron Dilbeck, More Efficient International Service of Process: To Hague, or not to Hague, that is the question. This article was also the March 2022 Featured Law Article by the State Bar of Texas – International Law Section.

The IABA is an international organization of lawyers and law students, which integrates all the Bar Associations of America, Spain and France, as well as Universities, Law Firms, and individual member jurists. It is based in Washington D.C. (USA). It was founded in 1940 for the promotion and preservation of the Rule of Law, Democracy, the Administration of Justice, and the defense of professional practice. It is registered with the Organization of American States (OAS) as a Civil Association, and actively participates in joint programs on professional improvement and before the Inter-American Commission and Court of Human Rights. http://www.iaba.org/about-us/