Fifth Annual American Society of International Law (ASIL) Research Forum
October 23-24, 2015, Washington, DC
This year ASIL Research Forum, co-sponsored by American University Washington College of Law will include expert-led discussions of 70 innovative papers, a talk with former International
Court of Justice Judge Thomas Buergenthal, and a discussion of Dispute Settlement with Iran: From the Hostage Crisis to the Nuclear Accord with key negotiators from the U.S. Department of State.
Because of AUWCL partnership with ASIL our STUDENTS, STAFF AND FACULTY MAY REGISTER FOR FREE at: http://www.asil.org/researchforum using the code APSTUDENT15.
The Forum will also include events designed to assist students and new professionals interested in pursuing a career in international law:
The International Law Career Panel and Speed Mentoring Event will feature practitioners from a variety of international law fields and a networking reception.
Thursday, October 22
5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
JD Student Lounge
Reception to follow
To register please go to: http://asil.org/event/international-law-career-panel-and-speed-mentoring-event-1
Two expert librarians will lead a session on International Law Research Strategies which focuses on improving students’ research skills on international law topics
Friday, October 23
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
To register please go to: http://asil.org/event/international-law-research-strategies-0
Please note, it is not necessary to obtain the ASIL membership in order to participate in either the two ASIL career and professional development events on Oct. 22 and Oct. 23 or the Research Forum, Oct 23- 24. When registering via ASIL website you will be asked to create an account in order to provide your name and contact email.
Because of AUWCL partnership with ASIL our students receive 50% off individual memberships. A year-long student membership only costs $25! Please use code: 1516ASILACAD at: http://asil.org/membership/membership