Careers and Professional Development

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Distinguished Jurists to be Honored at the 2014 Annual Meeting

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Carter Paret

ASIL Cables is pleased to congratulate Alain Pellet, Cherif M. Bassiouni and Fatou Bensouda, who will be honored at the ASIL-ILA Gala Dinner on Friday April 11, at 8:00 pm. 

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IG Update: International Law and Technology

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Molly Land

ILTechIG will host a substantive session at this year’s annual meeting entitled “Designing Technology for Human Rights.” This panel, scheduled for 4:15 p.m.

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IG Update: Midwest Interest Group Continutes to Grow

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Hari Osofsky and Alex Huneeus

The Midwest Interest Group is coming to life, after only being founded in 2010.  At this year’s ASIL Meeting, The Midwest Interest Group will be holding its first business meeting, on Friday, April

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Next Week’s ASIL Meeting Highlights

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Carter Paret

With the Annual Meeting only days away, ASIL Cables would like to highlight a few key events should not missed this year. 

 

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IG Update: Women in Law Interest Group

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Christie Edwards and Clara Brillembourg

The Women in International Law Interest Group (WILIG) of the American Society of International Law would like to announce the annual WILIG Luncheon.  The WILIG will honor International Court of Jus

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IG Update: International Refugee Law Interest Group to Propose Student Writing Competition, Elect New Co-Chairs, and Hold Social Gathering

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Richard Falk & Tom Syring

ASIL’s International Refugee Law Interest Group welcomes all of you to this year’s Annual Meeting and the numerous exciting opportunities to connect it presents!

Careers in International Organizations

January 29, 2014 - Working at an international organization offers unique insight into how international law is made through the convergence of national interests, personal dynamics, global realities, and constantly evolving norms. But how does a lawyer enter these labyrinths? What is it like to work in them? How do you get the assignments that advance your career once inside? And where do you go from there?

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.