Laura Klick is an associate in the firm’s International Public Policy and International Trade Practice Groups, where she advises foreign and domestic clients on a variety of international trade regulatory and policy matters. Laura regularly counsels individuals and multinational corporations on compliance, licensing and enforcement matters before the US Departments of Treasury and State, and assists clients in understanding and navigating the complex regulatory regime governing trade and investment in countries such as Iran, Ukraine, Russia, North Korea and Cuba. She also represents foreign sovereigns in matters involving the US Congress and various agencies within the Executive Branch.

    Laura was selected as an Atlantic Council Millennium Fellow in June 2018. As part of the fellowship, Laura joined 19 other young professionals on a study tour in the summer of 2018, traveling to Turkey, Greece and the NATO Summit in Brussels to explore the EU migrant crisis and the implications for international cooperation and security.

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    Education

    • American University, cum laude, senior staff member, American University Law Review, 2015
    • University of Pennsylvania, B.A., 2012

    Admissions

    • District of Columbia, 2017
    • Maryland, 2015

    Memberships and Affiliations

    • Millennium Fellow, Atlantic Council

    Languages

    • French
    • English

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    • Contributor, “Implications of Trump Budget Blueprint for US Stature Abroad,” Law360, March 2017.

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