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New Testimonials April 9, 2008

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New testimonials from UCLA law students have been posted on our “Testimonials” page! These students have done exciting externships in international capacities, so if you are interested, be sure to read about their experiences.

Returning UCLA Externs: Lunch Panel March 4, 2008

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Come join us for a lunch panel featuring Professor Jack Bear and several returning externs.  These externs have just returned from their positions at the ICTR and ICTY at the Hague as well as the Department of Defense.

When: Wednesday March 5, 2008
Where: Room 1457

Lunch will be provided!

New Events of Interest February 26, 2008

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Check out our Events page for some upcoming events that may be of interest to you.  They are not sponsored by ILS but we strongly encourage you to go.  In particular, UCLA’s Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs is hosting an all-day symposium on Transnational Public International Law.  Great speakers are lined up and food will be provided.

When: Friday February 29, 2008
Where:  Rm 1347

Click here to view the full flier

International Human Rights Law February 20, 2008

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“What Can Application of International Human Rights Law Do To Lessen Human Misery Left in the Wake of Global Capital’s March?”

Dean Michael H. Schill cordially invites you to the 2008 Irving Green memorial lecture.  Barbara Hadsell ’78 will be giving a talk on the impact of international human rights law can have to lessen the effect of global capitalism has on certain populations.

When: Wednesday, February 20
Where: UCLA Law Rm 1430

Please RSVP to alum@law.ucla.edu.  Box lunches will be provided.

Asia & the West February 17, 2008

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The Rise of Asia in the 21st Century: Can America Handle the Challenge?

The Burkle Center for International Relations presents a lecture on the rise of Asia and its effect on the West, given by the Honorable Kishore Mahbubani.  Hon. Mahbubani is Singapore’s Former UN Ambassador and current Dean of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy.  See our events page for more information

When: Tuesday, Feb 19, 2008
Where: UCLA Faculty Center, Sequoia Room

Free to the public, but seating is limited.  Please RSVP to ucla.mc@gmail.com.  See you there!

Legal Issues at Guantanamo Bay Talk February 17, 2008

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UCLA Law Critical Race Studies Programs presents a talk on the legal framework of issues at Guantanamo Bay.  Come join us for a discussion on the “Trials and Tribulations” of the saga at Guantanamo on Tuesday, February 19 from 5 pm – 7 pm in Rm 1430.  Our guest speaker is Professor Muneer Ahmad from American University law school.  A reception will follow.

See our Events page for more information. See you there!

Gender, Health, and Human Rights in Latin America November 28, 2007

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You are invited to join us at a Symposium, “Gender, Health and Human Rights in Latin America”, that will be sponsored by the UCLA Latin America Institute and co-sponsored by JILFA and the International Law Society.

As part of the symposium, professors will speak on a panel which will be moderated by UCLA Law professor, Lara Stemple.

It will take place on December 5 from 4-6 P.M. at the UCLA Latin America Institute.

Welcome November 15, 2007

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Welcome to the International Law Society at UCLA School of Law webpage.

We hope that you will find this webpage informative and helpful. In the future, look out for postings on upcoming events such as guest speakers, general meetings, and socials.

We just migrated from another web address, but new events will be posted up soon. In the meantime, feel free to check out our “events” page to see what’s been happening on the international law scene at UCLA.

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