Fulbright Act

Related to Fulbright Act: genocide, Fulbright Program, McCain Feingold act

Ful′bright Act`


n.
an act of Congress (1946) that established funds for U.S. citizens to study or teach abroad as well as for foreigners to pursue similar activities in the U.S.
[after J. W. Fulbright]
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Furthermore, the Fulbright Act was brought to life in quite the same way.
Law firms Allen & Overy represented Cargolux, K&L Gates acted for JP Lease and Norton Rose Fulbright acted for DVB and Wilmington Trust.
Fenchurch Advisory Partners acted as financial advisor and Norton Rose Fulbright acted as legal advisor to Munich Re.
Norton Rose Fulbright acted as legal advisors and Black & Veatch acted as technical advisor to Ullico for this transaction.
Credit Suisse and Norton Rose Fulbright acted as advisors to I Squared Capital.
Norton Rose Fulbright acted as legal advisors to Fan Milk International.
LLC served as financial advisor to Valeant, and Norton Rose Fulbright acted as legal advisor to Valeant.
Norton Rose Fulbright acted as legal counsel to the company.