We are excited to announce that Special Counsel, Jamie Joiner, has returned to McGinnis Lochridge after taking a year-long sabbatical. Jamie spent the past year traveling and completing a study of policies and practices to combat the use of forced labor in international trade. Her travels took her to several countries, including Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, and Zimbabwe.
Jamie has been passionate about human rights issues and human trafficking for more than a decade and finally being able to take a sabbatical and focus on her research has been a dream come true. She looks forward to helping clients incorporate supply chain due diligence for compliance with modern slavery laws into their international trade compliance programs.
Jamie’s legal practice focuses on international trade law. She represents U.S. and foreign clients in matters relating to international trade compliance and enforcement, including export controls, economic and trade sanctions, import and customs law, anti-boycott restrictions, and requirements related to free trade agreements.
Please join us in welcoming Jamie back to the firm.
Jamie Joiner (firstname.lastname@example.org, 713-615-8530)