Sunday, March 18, 2012

ASIL Cables online now

The American Society of International Law has just launched a new website designed to keep all informed about next week's Annual Meeting.
As we've reported in a series of posts available here, the meeting will take place from Wednesday, March 28, through Saturday, March 31, at the Fairmont Hotel in Washington, D.C. Details here.
The new site, which we've added to our connections list at right, is called ASIL Cables. According to its editor, ASIL member and New York Law School Professor Tai-Heng Cheng, it
'is the Society’s inaugural effort to present online daily reports of discussions and events as they occur at the Annual Meeting. It connects, almost in real time, those of us at the meeting with those who cannot be present. For the Society’s members who are unable to attend the Meeting, and for readers who have not yet become members, ASIL Cables is a way to stay abreast of the latest ideas generated at the Meeting. It is also another arena for ASIL members to engage each other in conversations about the pressing issues of the day, either
as contributors to the Reporter or by posting comments to the contributors’ dispatches.'

Among those expected to contribute are 2 IntLawGrrls, Hope Lewis and Hari M. Osofsky. Other planned contributors are listed here.

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