Friday, May 18, 2012

We're Four Years Old Today

Our International Law Prof Blog started May 19, 2008.  We appreciate your support, contributions, and feedback.  Thanks everyone!

Mark, Cindy, Cyndee, Laurant, and Michael 

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Friday, October 9, 2009

50,000 Visits to the International Law Prof Blog

We're celebrating more than 50,000 visits from readers in more than 100 countries.  We are proud of our global readership and thank you for your continued support.  Please continue to send us news of important international law developments in your countries.

 

1. Albania

2. Algeria

3. Argentina

4. Australia

5. Austria

6. Azerbaijan

7. Bahamas

8. Barbados

9. Belarus

10.  Belgium

11.  Belize

12.  Botswana

13.  Brazil

14.  Brunei Darussalam

15.  Bulgaria

16.  Cambodia

17.  Cameroon

18.  Canada

19.  Chile

20.  Colombia

21.  Costa Rica

22.  Cote D'Ivoire

23.  Croatia

24.  Cuba

25.  Cyprus

26.  Czech Republic

27.  Denmark

28.  Egypt

29.  Estonia

30.  Ethiopia

31.  Finland

32.  France

33.  The Gambia

34.  Georgia

35.  Germany

36.  Ghana

37.  Greece

38.  Grenada 

39.  Haiti 

40.  Hungary

41.  Iceland

42.  India

43.  Indonesia

44.  Ireland

45.  Islamic Republic of Iran

46.  Israel

47.  Italy

48.  Jamaica

49.  Japan

50.  Jordan

51.  Kenya

52.  Kuwait

53.  Latvia

54.  Libyan Arab Jamahiriya

55.  Lithuania

56.  Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)

57.  Malaysia

58.  Malta

59.  Mexico

60.  Morocco

61.  Nepal

62.  Netherlands

63.  New Zealand

64.  Nigeria

65.  Niue

66.  Norway

67.  Palau

68.  Panama

69.  People’s Republic of China (including Hong Kong and Macau)

70.  Peru

71.  Philippines

72.  Poland

73.  Portugal

74.  Qatar

75.  Romania

76.  Russia

77.  Samoa

78.  Saudi Arabia

79.  Senegal

80.  Serbian and Montenegro

81.  Singapore

82.  Slovakia

83.  South Africa

84.  Spain

85.  Sri Lanka

86.  Sudan

87.  Sweden

88.  Switzerland

89.  United Republic of Tanzania

90.  Taiwan

91.  Thailand

92.  Togo

93.  Trinidad and Tobago

94.  Tunisia

95.  Turkey

96.  United Arab Emirates

97.  United Kingdom

98.  United States of America

99.  Uruguay

100.   Vanuatu

101.   Venezuela

102.   Vietnam

 

Thank you all for visiting the International Law Prof Blog.

 

Mark, Cindy, Cyndee, Laurent, and Mike

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Sunday, September 20, 2009

Welcome Back, Michael Peil!

Peil, MichaelThe International Law Prof Blog is pleased to welcome back Contributing Blog Editor Michael A. Peil, Associate Dean for International Programs and Executive Director of the Transnational Law Program at Washington University School of Law in St. Louis.  Michael took some time off from the blog to attend to the important business of being a new father!  Welcome back, Michael, and congratulations again!

Mark, Cindy, Laurent, and Cyndee

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Sunday, August 2, 2009

40,000 Visitors from More than 100 Countries!

We're celebrating almost 40,000 visits from readers in more than 100 countries.  We are proud of our global readership and thank you for your continued support.  Please continue to send us news of important international law developments in your countries.

1.    Albania

2.    Algeria

3.    Argentina

4.    Australia

5.    Austria

6.    Azerbaijan

7.    Bahamas

8.    Barbados

9.    Belarus

10. Belgium

11. Belize

12. Botswana

13. Brazil

14. Brunei Darussalam

15. Bulgaria

16. Cambodia

17. Cameroon

18. Canada

19. Chile

20. Colombia

21. Costa Rica

22. Cote D'Ivoire

23. Croatia

24. Cuba

25. Cyprus

26. Czech Republic

27. Denmark

28. Egypt

29. Estonia

30. Ethiopia

31. Finland

32. France

33. The Gambia

34. Georgia

35. Germany

36. Ghana

37. Greece

38. Grenada 

39. Haiti 

40. Hungary

41. Iceland

42. India

43. Indonesia

44. Ireland

45. Islamic Republic of Iran

46. Israel

47. Italy

48. Jamaica

49. Japan

50. Jordan

51. Kenya

52. Kuwait

53. Latvia

54. Libyan Arab Jamahiriya

55. Lithuania

56. Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)

57. Malaysia

58. Malta

59. Mexico

60. Morocco

61. Nepal

62. Netherlands

63. New Zealand

64. Nigeria

65. Norway

66. Palau

67. Panama

68. People’s Republic of China (including Hong Kong and Macau)

69. Peru

70. Philippines

71. Poland

72. Portugal

73. Qatar

74. Romania

75. Russia

76. Samoa

77. Saudi Arabia

78. Senegal

79. Serbian and Montenegro

80. Singapore

81. Slovakia

82. South Africa

83. Spain

84. Sri Lanka

85. Sudan

86. Sweden

87. Switzerland

88. United Republic of Tanzania

89. Taiwan

90. Thailand

91. Togo

92. Trinidad and Tobago

93. Tunisia

94. Turkey

95. United Arab Emirates

96. United Kingdom

97. United States of America

98. Uruguay

99. Vanuatu

100.   Venezuela

101.   Vietnam

Thank you all for visiting the International Law Prof Blog.

Mark, Cindy, Cyndee, and Laurent

 

Country List Update:  In September 2009 we had our first blog visitor from Niue.

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Sunday, May 24, 2009

Our First Anniversary

The International Law Prof Blog has just celebrated its one year anniversary.  We thank all of our blog readers from around the world.

Mark, Cindy, Cyndee, and Laurent

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Saturday, December 20, 2008

15,000 Visits to Our Blog, and Readers from Around the World

We're celebrating more than 15,000 visits to the International Law Prof Blog.  We are especially pleased to have a wide readership from all around the world, including with colleagues who live in countries where direct communication is sometimes otherwise difficult.  We thank you for your visits, comments, and contributions.  Please continue to send us news of conferences, books and other legal scholarship, moot court competitions, international exchange opportunities, and important substantive developments in international law.  Here's an update of the list of places from which we have visitors to our blog . . . our latest addition to the list is Malta!

  1. Albania
  2. Algeria
  3. Argentina
  4. Australia
  5. Austria
  6. Azerbaijan
  7. Bahamas
  8. Belgium
  9. Belize
  10. Botswana
  11. Brazil
  12. Brunei Darussalam
  13. Bulgaria
  14. Cambodia
  15. Cameroon
  16. Canada
  17. Chile
  18. Colombia
  19. Costa Rica
  20. Cote D'Ivoire
  21. Croatia
  22. Cuba
  23. Cyprus
  24. Czech Republic
  25. Denmark
  26. Egypt
  27. Estonia
  28. Finland
  29. France
  30. The Gambia
  31. Georgia
  32. Germany 
  33. Ghana
  34. Greece
  35. Haiti
  36. Hong Kong
  37. Hungary
  38. India
  39. Indonesia
  40. Ireland
  41. Islamic Republic of Iran
  42. Israel
  43. Italy
  44. Jamaica
  45. Japan
  46. Kenya
  47. Kuwait
  48. Latvia
  49. Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
  50. Lithuania
  51. Macau
  52. Macedonia (Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia - FYROM)
  53. Malaysia
  54. Malta
  55. Mexico
  56. Morocco
  57. Nepal
  58. Netherlands
  59. New Zealand
  60. Nigeria
  61. Norway
  62. Panama
  63. People’s Republic of China
  64. Peru
  65. Philippines
  66. Poland
  67. Portugal
  68. Qatar
  69. Romania
  70. Russia
  71. Senegal
  72. Singapore
  73. Slovakia
  74. South Africa
  75. Spain
  76. Sri Lanka
  77. Sudan
  78. Sweden
  79. Switzerland
  80. United Republic of Tanzania
  81. Taiwan 
  82. Thailand
  83. Togo
  84. Trinidad and Tobago
  85. Tunisia
  86. Turkey
  87. United Arab Emirates
  88. United Kingdom 
  89. United States of America
  90. Uruguay
  91. Vanuatu
  92. Venezuela
  93. Vietnam

Thank you all for visiting the International Law Prof Blog.

(mew)

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Tuesday, October 21, 2008

10,000 Visits to Our Blog, and Readers from Around the World

We're quickly approaching 10,000 visits to the International Law Prof Blog.  When we started this blog, we knew it would be of interest to law professors in the United States.  But we are especially pleased to have readers from around the world, including countries where direct communication is sometimes otherwise difficult.  We thank you for your visits and contributions.  Pease continue to send us news of conferences, legal scholarship, moot court competitions, international exchange opportunities, and important developments in international law. 

(mew)

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Thursday, June 19, 2008

Our First Month

We had almost 2,000 visitors to the International Law Prof Blog in its first month of operation.  We think that is a fantastic start.

We thank our readers from around the world, and invite you to send us news to post of international law developments in your countries.  We had readers from Africa, North America, South America, Central America, Asia, Australia, and the Pacific.  Our readers included persons in these countries:

  • Argentina
  • Australia
  • Austria
  • Belize
  • Brazil
  • Canada
  • Costa Rica
  • Denmark
  • Germany
  • India
  • Ireland
  • Japan
  • Mexico
  • Nepal
  • New Zealand
  • Nigeria
  • Philippines
  • Spain
  • Sri Lanka
  • Switzerland
  • United Kingdom
  • United States of America

and some other countries as well.  Thank you all.

(mew)

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Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Introduction of a Guest Blogger - Juli V Campagna

Hi my name is Juli Campagna.  Mark Wojcik invited me to post some contributions from time to time as a guest blogger. 

I teach at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago and around the world, both at law schools and law firms.  My main area of expertise lies in teaching legal research and legal writing to civil law lawyers, an area I have cultivated due to a pre-legal career teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language, and a master`s degree in the same.  Mark and I also teach at the Facultad Libre de Derecho in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, where the last Global Legal Skills Conference was held.

(jvc)

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Monday, May 19, 2008

Welcome to the International Law Prof Blog!

We're pleased to announce a new blog for professors who teach international law (and for those who are interested in teaching international law, or just keeping current with new issues in international legal education).

Our coverage will include all areas of international law taught in the United States and in law schools around the world.  We know that many of you teach in more than one international subject, and that many of the teaching resources of interest to more than one narrow group (including announcements of upcoming international law conferences, materials, calls for papers, and other opportunities.  Without limitation, we'll include information on these areas:

  • Public International Law
  • Private International Law
  • International Human Rights Law
  • International Business Transactions
  • International Trade Law
  • International Legal Exchange
  • Comparative Law
  • Summer abroad programs
  • International Institutions
  • Canadian international law developments
  • Mexican international law developments
  • European international law developments
  • African international law developments
  • Chinese international law developments
  • Islamic international law developments
  • Latin American international law developments
  • South Pacific Islands and International Law
  • International Antitrust
  • International Environmental Law
  • International Moot Court Competitions
  • Submitting Articles to International Law Journals
  • LL.M. programs for international students
  • International Intellectual Property
  • International Commercial Dispute Resolution
  • NAFTA Tribunal Decisions
  • WTO Decisions
  • International Court of Justice
  • European Court of Human Rights
  • Inter-American Court of Human Rights
  • International Litigation
  • International Tort Law
  • Foreign Legal Consultants
  • International Art and Cultural Heritage Law
  • International Health Law
  • United Nations
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Law of the Sea
  • International Employment Law
  • International Family Law
  • International Taxation
  • Transnational Legal Practice
  • Global LMark_e_wojcik_photo_5egal Skills

If you have other categories to add to this list, or if you have some information to share about any of these international law categories, just let us know by sending an email message or simply posting a comment below.  We hope that you find information posted here to be of interest.

I'm a professor at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago.  I've been teaching there for 15 years now.  I also teach in Mexico at the Facultad Libre de Derecho de Monterrey, and in Switzerland at the University of Lucerne Faculty of Law.  I'm also the Director of the Legal English Program at the International Law Institute in Washington, D.C. 

I am a former chair of the American Society of International Law's Interest Group in Teaching International Law.  I also previously chaired the Association of American Law Schools Sections on North American Cooperation, International Legal Exchange, Graduate Programs for Foreign Lawyers.  I'm the Publications Officer for the American Bar Association Section of International Law and for two more issues I'll be Editor-in-Chief of the International Law News published by that section.  I also previously chaired the international and immigration law section of the Illinois State Bar Association.  Most recently I was elected to the board of the International Law Students' Association (ILSA).

Again, welcome to this blog.  We look forward to your visits.

Mark E. Wojcik, The John Marshall Law School - Chicago (mew)

May 19, 2008 in About This Blog | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0)