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ASIL Volunteer Call


Are You Fluent in Spanish?

Volunteer to accompany Judge Barrios at two receptions & Gala Dinner on 4/10/15!

Judge Barrios is not expected to make formal remarks, but will have the option to say a few words when accepting the award.

You would assist in interpreting the general proceedings of the dinner and in interpreting her remarks, if any, when she accepts the award. You would also be seated with ASIL leadership during the dinner and get to network with the Society’s leadership, patrons, and special guests.

If interested, please e-mail Ms. Lara Townzen ASAP and let her know what is your availability, interest, and level of Spanish spoken.


2015 ASIL Annual Meeting


Volunteer at the 2015 ASIL Annual Meeting!
April 8-11, 2015, Washington, DC

Work with the American Society of International Law at its 2015 Annual Meeting and take advantage of free access to more than 50 different substantive sessions on a wide variety of international law topics,  as well as networking events and receptions. Find out more about the Annual Meeting sessions online at


Any current law student or new professional within three years of graduation.



Volunteers must be willing to:



  • Commit to at least two days and a total of 10 hours’ work between April 8-11, 2015
  • Arrive early and stay late on volunteer days
  • Follow ASIL staff instructions
  • Provide customer service to Annual Meeting Attendees
  • Stand for long periods of time, sometimes for more than an hour
  • Possess and be willing to use their own smart phone or tablet

Volunteers Receive:

  • Free registration to the entire Annual Meeting (except for separately ticketed events such as lunches and dinners)
  • Insider access to one of the largest international law conferences in North America
  • Exposure to high profile events, speakers, and sessions
  • Opportunity to connect with peers with similar interests
  • Complimentary one-year ASIL membership












To apply, complete the “2015 ASIL Annual Meeting Volunteer Information form” online at

Take advantage of this unique opportunity to enhance your international law experience!

How to Get a Job in International Law


How to Get a Job in International Law
Presented by: International Law Forum

Date: Monday, February 9, 2015

Time: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Place: O’Melveny & Myers LLP

Address: 1625 I Street, NW
Washington, DC 20006

Metro Stop: Farragut West (Blue/Orange/Silver)
Farragut North (Red)

Advance Registration: After 2/6/2015
Members $15 $20
Non-members $25 $30
Student Members $10 $15

Please visit or fax this flyer to 202-639-8889.


Marcia Wiss, Of Counsel, Hogan Lovells LLP
Christie Edwards, Director of International Humanitarian Law, American Red Cross
Janie Chuang, Professor of Law, American University Washington College of Law
Kathryn O’Neal, Senior International Attorney, Millennium Challenge Corporation
Marilyn Tucker, Director of Alumni Career Services & International Internships, Georgetown Law Career Services
Join the WBA International Law forum and its co-sponsors for a panel discussion on how to get international law jobs at various types of employers, including private practice, academia, public interest, and more. The discussion will address not just career paths, but how to approach each type of employer for international law positions, as well as tips for enhancing your experience in this field. Co-sponsoring organizations include: ABA Section of International Law; DC Bar International Law Section; American Society of International Law (Women in Law Interest Group and New Professionals Interest Group); Washington Foreign Law Society; Women in International Trade; and International Lawyers Network.ABA Logo
DC Bar International Law Section
International Lawyers Network

Register Today! Everything You Need to Know About Contract Lawyering – April 9th

It’s not too late to register for “Everything You Need to Know About Contract Lawyering” on April 9th. Listen to a panel of representatives from local and national agencies that have strong records of hiring WCL graduates as they discuss the pros & cons, ins and outs of work in the legal contract industry.  Event details and registration can be found on CareerLink.