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American Bar Association Section of International Law Fall Meeting


London Hilton on Park Lane Hotel London, England UNITED KINGDOM October 15-19, 2013


Sponsored by the American Bar Association


International Law Weekend


House of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York and Fordham Law School New York, New York USA October 24-26, 2013


Presented by ABILA and ILSA


Students from all universities are encouraged to register and attend.


Contact: For more information, please visit: http://www.americanbar.org/ calendar/2013/10/section_of_interna- tionallaw2013fallmeeting.html


The Section of International Law of the American Bar Association will hold its Fall Meeting in London, United Kingdom. The section’s Fall Meeting is a great opportunity for anyone interested in international law to network and at- tend top-notch panels. The conference schedule has many programs targeting students and young lawyers.


Registration Information: Registration is available through: www.ilsa.org/con- ferences/international-law-weekend-ny. On-site registration is also allowed.


Registration Fee: ILW is free for all ILSA and ABILA members, all members of the other cosponsoring organizations. For others there is a fee of $175.


Contact: For more information, please visit www.ilsa.org


Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition


At universities around the world December 2013 - March 2014


Administered by ILSA Registration Deadline: Nov. 15, 2013


Contact: For more information, please contact jessup@ilsa.org or visit www. ilsa.org.


2014 Compromis Topics: The problem concerns the conflict between maritime development and conservation, criminal jurisdiction and maritime salvage rights.


White & Case International Rounds of the Jessup Competition


Capital Hilton Hotel Washington, DC USA April 6-12, 2014


Administered by ILSA


Contact: For more information, please contact jessup@ilsa.org or visit www. ilsa.org.


Hotel Information: There are hotel rooms available at the Capital Hilton, which is the competition venue.


The sponsors of ILW 2013 invite you to participate in an exciting program for practitioners, academics, students, and NGO members. The theme of ILW 2013 is “Internationalization of Law and Legal Practice”. More than 40 expert panels will examine how and why knowledge of international law is an increasingly relevant and important professional tool for virtually every lawyer


More than 650 schools from 80+ coun- tries participate in the Jessup, making it the largest moot court competition in the world. The Competition involves a hypothetical legal case before the International Court of Justice. Regional and National Competitions occur in the winter of each year. The winners of these competitions advance to the White & Case International Rounds.


The White & Case International Rounds of the Jessup Competition are the culminating event of the Jessup Season. Held each spring in Washington, DC, the White & Case International Rounds are both an educational experience and cul- tural extravaganza. The week-long sched- ule of events is filled with competitive matches, interesting panel discussions, and festive social events.


2014 Joint ASIL Annual Meeting and ILA Biennial Conference


Ronald Reagan Int’l Trade Center Washington, DC USA April 7-12, 2014


Presented by the American Society of International Law & the International Law Association


Students from all universities are encouraged to register and attend.


Contact: For more information, please visit: http://www.asil.org/annual- meeting.cfm


When, how, and why is international law most effective? Are there greater chal- lenges to effectiveness in some areas of international law practice than in others? What role do domestic and international courts play in enforcing international law and thus enhancing its effectiveness? The 2014 joint ASIL Annual Meeting and ILA Biennial Conference will address these questions.


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