Tuesday, January 13, 2009

IntLawGrrls @ AALS

Kudos to all IntLawGrrls members and guests/alumnae who shone at last week's annual meeting of the Association of American Law Schools.
As mentioned above, yours truly was honored as new Chair of the Section on International Law. Here's the rest of the honor roll:
Jeannine Bell took part in the Section of Law & Anthropology's panel on "Origins and Solutions to the Indian Freedmen Disputes"
Johanna E. Bond presented at the "New Voices in Human Rights" panel of the Section on International Human Rights
Vivian Grosswald Curran presented at the panel, jointly sponsored by the Sections on Comparative Law and Law and Economics, on "The Doing Business Reports by the World Bank and the Legal Origins Thesis: Is Economics Replacing Comparative Law?"
Fiona de Londras delivered a great analysis of English, Irish, and American jurisprudence in the Section of International Law's panel on "Taking International Law Seriously: Will the United States Abide by International Law that is a Law of Rules?"
Stephanie Farrior was elected to the Executive Committee of the Section on International Law
Chimène Keitner presented at the "New Voices in Human Rights" panel of the Section on International Human Rights
Linda M. Keller was elected to the Executive Committee of the Section on International Law, and further was elected, along with Annecoos Wiersema, as that Section's Newsletter Co-Editor
Lisa Laplante was elected to the Executive Committee of the Section on International Law
Hope Lewis was elected to the Executive Committee of the Section on International Law
Christiana Ochoa was elected Chair of the Section on International Human Rights and Treasurer of the Section on International Law, and further served as Commentator for the latter section's "New Voices in Human Rights" panel
Hari M. Osofsky was elected to the Executive Committee of the Section on International Law
Annecoos Wiersema was elected to the Executive Committee of the Section on International Law, and further was elected, along with Linda M. Keller, as that Section's Newsletter Co-Editor
Heartfelt congratulations!


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