International law is defined as those rules and laws generally accepted for resolving legal disputes between states and nations including public and private international laws, treaties and the procedures for supranational tribunals, and international criminal laws. International laws include treaties between nations, like the Geneva Conventions, or have been established by organizations of world governments, like the United Nations, NATO or the International Criminal Court. International lawyers in Florida may assist businesses or agencies in dealing with conflicts of laws - when the laws of two different nations clash.
Florida Bar Board Certification in International Law - Lawyers certified in Intellectual Law by the Florida Board of Legal Specialization have demonstrated substantial involvement in this area of the law.
Under Rule 6-21.2, international law is defined as the practice of law dealing with "issues, problems, or disputes arising from any and all aspects of the relations between or among states and international organizations as well as the relations between or among nationals of different countries...."
The term also includes includes foreign and comparative law and applies to disputes "between a state and a national of another state, including transnational business transactions, multinational taxation, customs, and trade."