Julia Rabich

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As a subsidiary of the General Assembly of the United Nations, the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law ("UNCITRAL") oversees international trade law and drafts and adopts texts that govern the legal practice of international trade. UNCITRAL consists of sixty member states elected to represent an assortment of geographic regions and distinct economic and legal schemes. The process of drafting the governing legal texts involves input from member states, observer states, which are non-member states, and various organizations, including inter-governmental and non-governmental entities.



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