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conflict mitigation and stabilization assistance to countries in crisis or emerging from conflict.

Mr. Roberts was a member of the Executive Staff for Secretary of State Powell and Secretary of State Rice; organizing and directing the Secre- tary’s press, media events, and high-level meet- ings throughout Europe, the Middle East, Latin America, and Africa.


International Law Society at LSU Law proposed an exchange program with the law school at the University of Iceland after the ILS President re- turned from interning at the US Embassy in Reyk- javik, Iceland. After two years of hard work, LSU Law Center has agreed to the exchange program due to the high interest and push by ILS and ILS members. LSU Law Center has recently sent a drafted agreement to the University of Iceland and is waiting upon final agreement. International Law Society is very elated to see the program come to fruition is very thankful to the hard work of our Professor, Professor Olivier Moreteau, and also thankful for the administration’s approval by Chancellor Weiss. Please keep an eye out for ex- citing updates, as ILS members are filled with leaders always proposing refreshing new ideas!.

the oldest universities in Italy, founded in 1548. Professor Marcella Distefano is the faculty advi- sor for the ILSA Chapter: she is Associate Profes- sor of International Law, Private International Law and European Union Law at the Law School and is the author of several articles and books in Ital- ian, English and French.

The first act of the Board was the endorsement of a statute and the elections of the offices. Mr. Marco Longobardo was elected President, Ms. Federica Violi Deputy President and Secretary and Mr. Dario Santoro Bursar.

Since its establishment, our Chapter has steadily cooperated with the International Law Chair and intends to support the manifold initiatives pro- posed during the academic year. The aim is to congregate through academic activities in order to contribute to the dissemination, study and research of the main topics of International Law and create a forum of debate among students and researchers. Furthermore, the ILSA Chapter Messina sponsors and supports the promotion of international projects, to help students gain valu- able experience from a profitable exchange with other colleagues coming from different back- grounds.


University of Messina Messina, ITALY

Marco Longobardo, President & Federica Violi, Secretary

The ILSA Chapter Messina was established in November 2013. It represents the result of the ef- forts made by the International Law Chair of the Department of Law of the University of Messina to promote students’ cooperation, thus providing a forum to a group of law students and young scholars with the passion for International Law. The Headquarter of the Chapter is the Depart- ment of Law of the University of Messina, one of

The ILSA Chapter Messina will be formally pre- sented to the public at the opening of the Inter- national Law Conference “The Principle of Self- Determination of Peoples Put to the Test in the New Millennium”, organized by the International Law Chair of the Department of Law in collabora- tion with our Chapter and thanks to the support of ILSA.

It is, indeed, a great honor for us that ILSA has considered the event eligible for the Chapter Grant and has decided to award us the prize. The Conference will be introduced by the Dean of the University of Messina, Prof. Pietro Navarra and the Director of the Department of Law, Prof. Giancarlo De Vero and moderated by the Inter- national Law Professor and Scientific Director of

ILSA Quarterly » volume 22 » issue 4 » May 2014

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