100 Ways

International Law: 100 Ways It Shapes Our Lives was conceived from the proposition that international law not only exists but also penetrates more deeply and broadly into everyday life than is generally recognized. One-hundred examples of this fact were identified by ASIL members, vetted by a small group of experts, and organized into seven chapters: daily life, leisure, travel, commerce, health and the environment, personal liberty, and public safety and security. This list has proved a useful education tool for non-expert audiences, from students and the public to judges and policymakers.

 

 

The resource is free to download, and reproduction for educational purposes with due acknowledgement is permitted.