Sunday, January 16, 2011

The Southwestern Journal of International Law and the International Law Association (American Branch) Explore the Future of International Law

2021: International Law Ten Years From Now, presented by the Southwestern Journal of International Law in conjunction with International Law Weekend-West of the International Law Association (American Branch), will examine a broad range of legal areas that are coping with and adjusting to the challenges of conflict, technology and globalization in the modern era. The one-day symposium will take place on Saturday, February 26, 2011, on the Southwestern Law School campus in Los Angeles, and is co-sponsored by the Association of Media & Entertainment Counsel, as well as the American Bar Association Section of International Law, Los Angeles County Bar Association International Law Section and State Bar of California International Law Section.

Panels will identify significant developments or issues related to a specific area of international law and analyze their potential impacts in shaping the future of international law. Topics will include international arbitration and litigation, international finance, international transactions, international trade, international human rights, climate change and international environmental law, international criminal law and legal developments of note in Latin America or Asia. Members of co-sponsoring organizations not seeking 7.5 hours of CLE credit receive complimentary admission to the symposium. For more information, including a complete schedule, registration details and hotel information, click here.

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