Diversity Roundtable


ASIL's Minorities in International Law and Transitional Justice and Rule of Law Interest Groups, the New York City Bar Office for Diversity & Inclusion, and the Cyrus R. Vance Center for International Justice are pleased to invite law students to participate in a Diversity Roundtable to discuss opportunities in the area of international law. 

ASIL and the New York City Bar's Office for Diversity & Inclusion are committed to diversity and strive to include racial and ethnic diversity as a priority in the legal profession and in the field of international courts and tribunals.  The objective of the Diversity Roundtable is to enhance opportunities for participation by diverse law students to meet and speak with experienced lawyers in the area of international courts and tribunals and international law. The Diversity Roundtable will be open to law students only. 

The event will bring law students and seasoned practitioners together for a networking session and to introduce students to the benefits of a career in international law. 

Questions from ASIL student members can be directed to Tamara Shockley (tshockley@optonline.net),  Maria Mkandawire (mmkandawire@unicef.org), or Maria-Claude Jean-Baptist (mjeanbaptiste@nycbar.org)

Date and Location

Monday, October 5, 2015 - 8:00pm to 9:00pm
New York City Bar Association
Address 1: 
42 W. 44th Street
New York