This November, the Society launches a new initiative—to gather for its fall leadership meetings in different locations around the United States. Our first “mid-year meeting” will be in Miami, November 12-13, 2010, and we hope you can join us.
Convening the international law community throughout the United States and the rest of the world is an important priority for the Society—to serve our far-flung members, and also to reach growing new constituencies of international law within the bar and the judiciary, among representatives of the media, and in the general public. Our fall leadership meetings are a great opportunity to do so.
Our November agenda
will include a day-long substantive conference covering a range of hot topics in both public and private international law; a career fair for students; a workshop for judges; and keynotes by Carolyn Lamm, immediate Past President of the American Bar Association, and by Judge Theodor Meron, ASIL Honorary President and Judge of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.
We are very grateful to our Florida academic partners and sponsors
and especially to the University of Miami School of Law for hosting our Friday sessions.
I look forward to seeing you in Miami in November.
David D. Caron