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?
ASIL and its Women in International Law Interest Group are continuing their support for the Women in International Law Mentoring Program. Since 2013, hundreds of women have enrolled in ASIL’s mentoring program as both mentors and mentees in 20 cities from Tucson to Singapore.
This breakfast, sponsored by ASIL's Women in International Law Interest Group (WILIG), will feature accomplished professionals in various practices of international law discussing their career paths and offering professional advice and insights for women interested in pursuing careers in international law. The panel presentations will be followed by a Q&A session and networking opportunities among the panelists and participants.