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International Law in a Multipolar World, American Society of International Law, 107th Annual Meeting, Washington D.C. April 3 – 6, 2013

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With over a century of tradition and experience behind it, the American Society of International Law’s Annual Meeting has become the most important gathering in the field of international law.

More than 1,200 practitioners, academics, and students travel to Washington, DC, each spring from all over the world to debate and discuss the latest developments in their field.


Plenary Panel:
International Law in the Obama Administration: The First Four Years
• with Harold Koh, Michael Posner, Anne-Marie Slaughter, and Donald Donovan
Hudson Medal Luncheon:
Honoree/Speaker: Judge Bruno Simma, Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal
Inaugural Charles N. Brower Lecture:
Speaker: V.V. Johnny Veeder, Esq., QC
Closing Plenary:
Global Governance, State Sovereignty, and the Future of International Law
• with José Alvarez, Joel Trachtmann, Danny Bradlow, and Judge Bruno Simma
Women in International Law Interest Group Luncheon:
Honoree/Speaker: Diane Marie Amann, University of Georgia School of Law

Plus more than 40 substantive sessions on a wide variety of topics including:

  • Polar Law: The Challenges of Governance in the Changing Arctic
  • Kiobel, the ATS, and Human Rights Litigation in U.S. Courts
  • China and International Law
  • Unquenchable Thirst: the Outlook for Energy Disputes in Africa
  • Uncommon Remedies in International Dispute Resolution
  • Challenges and Approaches to Effective Cyberspace Governance in a Multi-Polar World
  • G20 and Beyond – The Influence of Emerging Countries on the Architecture of International Economic Law
  • The Changing Relationship between the UN and the African Union on Matters of Peace and Security-Legal Implications
  • Remote Warfare: the Moral and Legal Challenges of Targeted Killings in a Multipolar World

The program will include CLE credit-hours; Interest Group meetings; receptions; and the Annual Gala Dinner, Dessert & Dance Party.

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