1L Career Panel

The International Law Society will be hosting a 1L Career Panel in the Jacob Burns Moot Court Room at 7:00 pm on Tuesday, November 4th.

The 1L Career panel will feature four GW alum who are working in various fields of International Law, including panelists with backgrounds in International Human Rights, Environmental Law, and International Business and Trade.

This event, though focused on 1L’s and those interested in International Law, is open to all GW law students. We’ll be sending out reminders via email and Facebook throughout the week. Check out the attached poster for more info. Hope to see you there!

Panelists will include:

Paulina Rudnicka (ABA Rule of Law Initiative)

Nathaniel Bolin (Skadden Law Firm)

Scott Gilmore (The Center for Justice and Accountability)

Alicia Cate (US Department of State)

October – Early November Events

Thursday, October 16, 4 – 5:30 pm, Jacob Burns Moot Court Room: Professor David Wirth, Boston College Law School, presents The International and Domestic Law of Climate Change: A Binding International Agreement Without the Senate or Congress?  Light refreshments will be served.

Monday, October 20, noon – 1:30 pm, Jacob Burns Moot Court Room: Professor Federico Fabbrini, University of Tiburg Law School, presents Fundamental Rights in Europe: Challenges and Transformations in Comparative Perspectives.  Light refreshments will be served.

Tuesday, October 21, 6 – 8 pm, Strengthening Compliance with International Humanitarian Law, speakers include: Ambassador Valentin Zelweger, legal advisor to Swiss Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Professors Laura Dickinson and Sean Murphy, GW Law, Max Rettig, Office of Legal Adviser, US State Department, Chris Harland, Legal Advisor, International Committee of the Red Cross.  This event will be located at the ASIL Headquarters; 2223 Massachusetts Avenue, NW.

Monday, October 27, 4 pm, Faculty Conference Center: Fulbright Scholar and GW Law Visiting Scholar Professor Joe Oloka-Onyango will present keynote address (title forthcoming).

Thursday, October 30, 4 pm, Jacob Burns Moot Court Room: panel discussion on Litigating International Investment Disputes featuring Professor Chiara Giorgetti, University of Richmond Law School, Jeremy Sharpe, Office of the Legal Advisor, US State Department, John Crook, GW Law, and Eloise Obadia, Derains & Gharavi.  Reception to follow in Kelly Lounge.

Monday, November 3 – 4, GW Law hosts State Department Private International Law Advisory Committee Meeting, including keynote luncheon address on November 3 by Sean Hagen, General Counsel, International Monetary Fund, in the Faculty Conference Center.