American Society of International Law (ASIL)
Teaching International Law Interest Group (TILIG)
2013 Biennial Conference
"Teaching International Law Outside Law Schools"
April 12, 2013 - Cancelled
As the current era of globalization deepens transborder interdependency, the impact of international law is felt across professions and disciplines, reaching into many schools of higher education. Yet analysis and discussion of the pedagogy and substantive content of international law has been focused primarily on law schools and their methodologies. This conference will address substantive and pedagogical aspects of the teaching of international law in a broader array of higher education institutions, including schools of journalism and fine arts, business schools, schools of foreign affairs, military academies, and undergraduate institutions.
Who should attend?
Law and non-law professors in colleges and professional schools, law professors offering inter-disciplinary courses with cross-enrollment, attorneys offering training seminars to government officials and corporate executives, law students, and all others interested in the subject area.
Discounted rates have been arranged with the two hotels listed below. Following these links will both include the conference dates as check-in and check-out dates and include the group code for the discounted rate:
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