Miller-ASIL Student Award
Miller Institute-American Society of International Law Annual Meeting Award 2013-2014
Win a trip to Washington, DC
to attend the
2014 American Society of International Law
APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO OCTOBER 31, 5:00 PM
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The American Society of International Law (ASIL) is the pre-eminent international legal organization in the world, with over 4000 members from nearly 100 countries. Its Annual Meetings bring together attorneys, academics, corporate counsel, judges, representatives of governments and nongovernmental organizations, international civil servants, students and others interested in international law. This year’s meeting, on “The Effectiveness of International Law,” will be held in Washington, DC from April 7-12, 2014.
In order to promote student engagement with international law, the Miller Institute will cover the conference registration cost for one student to attend the 2014 ASIL Annual Meeting and will support a reasonable budget request to cover the trip itself (airfare and accommodation).
To apply, please send a brief statement of interest, no more than 250 words, to the Miller Institute (firstname.lastname@example.org) explaining how attendance at the April 2014 annual meeting would further your educational and professional goals.
Berkeley Law is an Academic Partner of the American Society of International Law (ASIL). As such, all Berkeley Law students are eligible for half-price membership in ASIL, starting January 2014.
Application deadline extended to Thursday, October 31, at 5:00pm
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Remi Moncel ('15) was the recipient of the 2012-2013 Miller Institute-ASIL Award. To see his comments on this invaluable opportunity to meet with and learn from the most prominent scholars and practitioners in the world, click here.
Remi also joined ASIL and used his membership to “learn from leading scholars with a view to exploring the various facets of international law in the three main areas of practice I am considering: academia, international institutions, and practice.”