Registration is now open for the 2022 Midyear Meeting of the American Society of International Law, to be held on Thursday to Saturday, November 10-12, at ASIL Law Firm Partner Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP (Thursday, November 10) and ASIL Academic Partner University of Miami School of Law (Friday & Saturday, November 11-12). Registration includes access to both the Practitioners' Forum (on Thursday) and the Research Forum (on Friday and Saturday), as well as all breaks, lunches, and receptions noted in the agenda on the Midyear Meeting website (www.asil.org/MYM). Separate registration to attend only the Practitioners' Forum will be available on the MYM page (www.asil.org/MYM) in the coming days.
Registration must be completed in advance. No “walk-ins” will be permitted.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we have instituted special procedures to protect in-person attendees. These provisions are described in "For More Information" below.
Date and Location
Although the State of Florida prohibits us from requiring proof of vaccination for Midyear Meeting attendees, we strongly recommend that all persons who plan to attend the 2022 ASIL Midyear Meeting, including speakers, attendees, exhibitors, staff, guests, and vendors, be fully vaccinated, defined as a full course of a World Health Organization (WHO)-approved vaccine plus any boosters for which you are eligible, completed not later than two weeks before the Midyear Meeting.
Where possible, communal and social activities at the Midyear Meeting will be held outdoors. However, for activities taking place indoors, the Society strongly recommends that attendees wear a well-fitting disposable face mask, such as an N95 or KN95, securely covering the nose and mouth at all times. If you do not have a mask that meets these requirements, one will be provided to you.
The Society reserves the right to require masking indoors if the CDC determines that the COVID-19 Community Level for Miami-Dade County is high. Should you refuse to comply with this requirement, you will be asked to leave the meeting.