International Law

Mark Oettinger represents the interests of individuals and private and public entities in the international arena. Contact Mark regarding your legal needs and he can either assist you directly or guide you to the appropriate resources.

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Mark Oettinger

Mark is the founder and chair of the Vermont Bar Association's International Law & Practice Committee.

How We Can Help

Mark Oettinger teaches International Law at Vermont Law School and has authored many related publications. The areas of international law Mark serves include:

  • International Business Transactions

  • International contracts

  • Agents & Distributors

  • Import and Export

  • Foreign Investment (inbound and outbound)

  • Immigration

  • International Family Law

  • Criminal Extradition

Mark grew up in the United States, West Africa, Europe and South America. Between 1991 and 2011, he led a pro bono Russian Rule of Law Project. More recently, he was in China and India, advancing education and human rights-related initiatives. Since 1999, Mark has taught private and public international law as an Adjunct Professor at Vermont Law School. He is the Export Legal Assistance Network (ELAN) representative for Vermont, providing free initial consultations on legal matters arising out of transnational business transactions.

(802) 540-0250 | info@mblawoffice.com | 126 College Street, Burlington, VT 05401