The State Bar of Texas International Law Section will head to Argentina April 16-22 for its spring trip and CLE (9.75 hours total). Participants will learn about the country’s legal system and business opportunities and soak up the food, culture, and history of Buenos Aires and Mendoza.

Touring and Tasting Events:

  • Downtown Buenos Aires sight-seeing
  • Tango show and dinner at Madero Tango in the Puerto Madero
  • A tour of Teatro Colon
  • Shopping at Alto Palermo
  • An additional Mendoza trip with dinner in Argentina wine country
  • Visiting Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (Malba)
  • Dinner and dancing on the river

CLE Highlights:

  • Industry and Commerce in Argentina: Exports, Economics, Politics and Legal Considerations
  • Supreme Court Visit and Case Law Update
  • Buenos Aires Efforts to Attract Foreign Investments by the Chief of Government
  • Visit and Presentations at Buenos Aires Law School
  • Oil and Gas Roundtable
  • Recent Anti-Corruption Decisions presented by the Federal Court of Appeals
  • Meeting with the American Chamber of Commerce
  • How Texas and Argentina work Together

Registration is $250 per person and is limited to about 20 reservations. The fee covers the section’s costs for bilingual chaperones and guides and does not cover any other food, touring, transportation, or other expenses.

Participants are responsible for their own hotel reservations, securing airfare, and covering their own expenses once in Argentina. The section has chosen a hotel block at the Hotel Panamericano—room rates are $165 per night.

The trip is estimated to cost between $3,000 (without the Mendoza trip) and $3,500 (with the Mendoza trip) per person. Events and meals will be paid for individually.

For more information, contact Gabriela Smith at or view the full agenda online.