The Junior International Law Scholars Association will be holding its annual meeting at the University of Georgia Law School on February 10, 2012.
JILSA is an informal network of international law scholars at (primarily) U.S. law schools. With nearly 200 scholars on the e-mail list, JILSA facilitates syllabus exchanges, workshops for early-stage ideas and works in progress, and informal get-togethers at international law events.
JILSA's main event each year is an annual meeting, at which junior scholars have an opportunity to present and comment on works in progress. We also devote some time to early-stage ideas.
The annual meeting is an unparalleled opportunity for juniors in international law to meet colleagues at other schools, to receive comments on their work in a safe environment, and to engage in a stimulating series of workshops on a wide range of topics in international law.
The two of us have been very grateful for the opportunities that JILSA has given us, and we are always happy to add new faces to the group.
If you are a junior international law scholar and are interested in being added to the list or would like more information about the annual meeting, please contact either of us JILSA co-chairs, Molly Land (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Saira Mohamed (email@example.com).
We hope to see some of you in Georgia on February 10!