Since 1982, Mr. Mitchell has edited a monthly column on banking for the New York Law Journal.
Mr. Mitchell has organized and chaired numerous seminars in the financial services area, including a seminar for the Institute of International Bankers on the public offering of securities in the U.S. by international banks and on their securities activities in the U.S., and a seminar for the Spain-U.S. Chambers of Commerce on privatization in Spain and Latin America. He also has conducted various banking seminars for younger lawyers at White & Case and for a number of the Firm’s clients.
Mr. Mitchell was one of the organizers, along with Professor Joseph Crowley and others, of The Fordham Law School Institute on Law and Financial Services in March of 1983, and was a member of the planning committee for the initial seminar held by the Institute on March 22 and 23, 1984 entitled “The Financial Services Industry: Present Issues and Future Prospects,” and served as chairman of one of its panels.