|"Each year's Proceedings gives me a snapshot of what's happening|
across the whole spectrum of international law."
--Christopher J. Borgen, Assistant Professor of Law, St. John's University School of Law
The ASIL Proceedings form a record of the Society's Annual Meetings, the first one having been held in 1907. At these events, international scholars, practitioners and experts gather to discuss and present research papers on the latest developments in such areas as trade and investment, the environment and human rights, and in such regions as the Middle East, Latin America and Europe. Also included are speeches given by U.S. government and international officials, who often use the occasion of the ASIL Annual Meeting to make major policy statements.
Proceedings is listed in Current Law Index, Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals, Index to Legal Periodicals; with index.
A subscription to the Society’s Proceedings of its Annual Meeting includes one issue from time of payment. ASIL members receive online access to the two most recent years’ issues of the Proceedings as part of membership benefits. Members may add on the print version of the Proceedings for an extra $100, plus $5 for shipping beyond the U.S. Membership rates range from $50 to $210, depending on member type
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