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can human rights activist who has participated in a number of humanitarian missions to Syria, in- cluding to Aleppo and Idlib. It was an eye-opening discussion that truly alerted everyone present to the horrible tragedies occurring daily in Syria. The panelists discussed the international com- munity’s options in light of the failure of the UN Security Council to reach an agreement on inter- vention, and called for immediate international intervention.


To begin the new school year, in September our Chapter hosted Khanh Josephson, Operations Counsel for Finnish elevator and escalator manu- facturer Kone, to speak to us about the respon- sibilities of being an attorney working in a trans-


national corporate environment. Her fascinating work gave a great introduction not only to the challenges of working in the international legal sphere, but also the experience of in-house coun- sel on a day-to-day basis.


Later in the fall semester, we will be hosting a panel on careers in international law with Pro- fessors Mary Ellen O’Connell, Roger Alford, and Douglass Cassel and a presentation on Immigra- tion to the United States and its effect on foreign relations from National Immigrant Justice Center attorney Chuck Roth. And next spring, we look forward to hosting University of Michigan Profes- sor James Hathaway for a discussion on interna- tional refugee law.


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ILSA Chapters are encouraged to submit a short note each issue describing chapter activities and plans to be included in the Chapter Happenings section of the ILSA Quarterly. If the Chapter at your school would like to make a submission to the Chapter Happenings column, please email the Editorial Staff at quarterly@ilsa.org.


ILSA Quarterly » volume 22 » issue 1 » October 2013


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