Not Just State - International Law in the US Government

The Government Attorneys Interest Group of the American Society of International Law invites you to attend a continuing legal education course featuring practicing international lawyers in a variety of positions within the U.S. government. The panel will discuss the role that international law plays in the day-to-day practice of attorneys not only in the U.S. State and Defense departments, but also in legal offices outside of the most commonly understood "international" agencies. This event is for government lawyers who want to interface with each other, for private sector and NGO attorneys who want to gain a better understanding of the varying roles of international law in the U.S. government, and for law students seeking international legal careers in government service.