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The event was a success we had attendees from Trinity Law School, Alumni of Trinity and Chap- man Law Schools as well as Faculty members from Trinity Law School.

Also on March 20, 2014, ILS – Trinity Law School Chapter co-hosted an evening event with Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity at Trinity Law School, entitled “Faith in the Fire: the Journey to the Bench” featuring Judge Karen Ackerson Gauff. Judge Ackerson Gauff spoke about her journey through the legal system as an African American woman. She worked at DOJ in its Health, Edu- cation & Welfare section for 10 years practicing federal civil rights defense before she was ap- pointed on February 3, 2010 by former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

ILS – Trinity Law School Chapter will be holding our annual elections in April 2014 for the 2014 - 2015 school year. We look forward to our grow- ing membership at our school and a growing re- lationship with other Chapters.

third year of law school. Our activities have in- cluded the creation of a repository of our pooled International Law resources, an introductory talk to Public International Law, an International Law Essay Writing Competition, a discussion on Inter- national Criminal Law with practitioners from the field as well as a screening of a film followed by a discussion.

In mid-August, the NILS began the year by active- ly sharing articles and blog posts on the NALSAR International Law Society’s Facebook page. The page, though created in 2010, has seen more ac- tivity and has engendered more discussion in the past eight months, than it ever has in the past. This has led to an upsurge of interest in Interna- tional Law issues amongst the junior members of the NALSAR student community.


NALSAR University of Law Shamirpet, Hyderabad INDIA

Varun Baliga, Executive Officer

It has been a fruitful and enriching year for the NALSAR International Law Society (NILS). We began our term by laying down a set of goals that we aimed to reach by the end of the year, and we are happy to announce that we have ac- complished a lot more than the NILS ever has, in its few years of existence. Our primary purpose was to host activities that generated interest in International Law and International Relations amongst students across years 1 to 5. We decid- ed that the first and second year students would be our areas of focus as exposure to internation- al law occurs in the formal setting, only in the

Further, the NILS has also created a resource re- pository cloud, in which the student community as well as members of the NILS have pooled in their International Law resources such as books, articles and monographs. We have created a catalogue of the resources that we have, and re- leased it to the student community. In the event that anyone requires a book from the catalogue, the NILS would provide immediate access to the same. This open access initiative immediately creates a gold mine of information that would aid any scholar of the subject in their research.

On January 19, 2014, NILS held its first talk of the year, by inviting Mr. Jagteshwar Singh Sohi, an alumnus of NALSAR who is presently taking the course on International Law, to speak to the freshers about international law as a subject of study and the opportunities that it provides to those interested in the field.

Mr. Jagteshwar Singh Sohi also discussed the practical relevance of the discipline, which in turn allowed for engaging questions from some of the 80 students in attendance.

On January 24, 2014, NILS invited Mr. Wayne Jordash, Mr. David Martini and Ms. Chitrrangada

ILSA Quarterly » volume 22 » issue 4 » May 2014


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