About the Customs Law Group community
Customs Law Group is a Linkedin Group for Lawyers with roughly 11K members. It uses a forum format for communication.
In their own words
If you work in the field of customs and international trade compliance and wish to network, share news, best practices and job opportunities with others who do the same, please join!
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