Saturday, August 29, 2009

American Branch of the Intenational Law Association (ABILA)

The American Branch (sometimes called the "AmBranch") of the International Law Association (ABILA) has a number of committees that do important work for the organization.  One of those committees is the Committee on the Teaching of International Law.  I've recently been named chair of that ABILA committee.  We've just published a committee newsletter for members of the committee.  If you recently joined ABILA and its committee on Teaching International Law, please send me a message and I will send you a copy of the newsletter.

Click here for more information about the American Branch of the International Law Association.  That link now has the link to register for the International Law Weekend (ILW) in New York.

Click here for a list of ABILA Committees.

Click here for more information on the ABILA Committee on the Teaching of International Law.

Mark E. Wojcik

Chair, ABILA Committee on the Teaching of International Law

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