Thursday, April 4, 2013
I'm speaking today at a meeting of the American Society of International Law (ASIL) International Legal Research Interest Group. Also speaking will be Sonia Roland of the ASIL Teaching International Law Interest Group (a group that I had the privilege to chair some time ago. Our topic is listed as "Teaching Substantive International Law in an International Legal Research Class" but I will also speak about "Teaching International Legal Research in a Substantive International Law Class." I think that international law students (as well as judges, lawyers, professors, and other researchers) need to improve their international legal research skills. I'm looking forward to the program and the discussion. I hope to see you there or at another session of this week's meeting of the American Society of International Law.
Mark E. Wojcik