Event – “Putin’s Kiss” – Monday, November 12 | 6:30 pm | LL102
Join the Human Rights Law Society and International Law Society for a screening of Putin’s Kiss, a disturbing true story about the current state of civil rights in modern-day Russia. The film will be followed by a discussion with Nadia Diuk, Russia expert and Vice President of the National Endowment for Democracy.
Please join the ILS Board and current and past GW Law students as we share best practices for getting great internship opportunities in the field of international law!
ILS Career Panel: Summer Opportunities in International Law at Home and Abroad – This Monday, Nov. 12th!!
Interested in learning more about international law? Feeling like you should start looking into summer opportunities? Then come to hear a panel of your fellow GW Law students share their recent summer opportunities in international law. Alums will also be in attendance to speak about their experiences and provide tips on finding internships and/or study abroad programs, both here in DC and across the world!
Some of the opportunities that will be discussed include: Foreign clerkships, State Department internships, GW Study abroad programs in Munich and Oxford, International Trade Commission clerkships, and Department of Justice Office of International Affairs.
See you Monday, November 12th in the SCC from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m.! Cookies and Coffee provided!
Volunteers Needed – Int’l Economic Law Interest Group Meeting: Nov. 29-Dec. 1
Attention Students! The International Law Society has been asked to recruit 3 to 4 student volunteers for the International Economic Law Interest Group meeting to be held at the Law School on November 29, November 30 and December 1 (ending at noon). This will be a great opportunity for GW Law students to meet leaders in this field, both from law firms and the academy. If you are interested, please reply to this email with your contact information and availability, and any questions you may have.
Offisight Event: World Bank & IFC: Launch of Doing Business 2013 Report
Join the American Bar Association Section of International Law for a discussion with the World Bank on the recent World Bank and International Finance Corporation (IFC) flagship report: Doing Business. The panelists will discuss what the reports measure; the Doing Business indicators; what is new in this year’s latest report; which regions have the most business-friendly environment; and which economies are showing the most improvements. Special Counsel from Hughes, Hubbard & Reed, LLP will share how the make use of the report to inform their daily business.
Hope to see you at one of these great events!