Miller-ASIL Student Fellowship
Miller Institute-American Society of International Law Student Fellowship
In order to promote student engagement with international law, the Miller Institute sponsors a contest in the Fall to cover the registration and travel expenses for a Berkeley Law student to attend the Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law.
We are pleased to announce that the trip to the 2014 meeting in Washington DC has been awarded to Mariel Bird ('15). Mariel worked as a Judicial Intern at United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia and is currently a participant in ASIL’s Women in International Law Mentoring Program. She used the trip to Washington as an opportunity “to engage with members of the international law community” and “to connect with individuals from a diverse set of international law backgrounds.” To read her report on the meeting, click here.
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.
For information on the 2014-2015 fellowship award, please check back in Fall 2014.
Remi Moncel ('15) was the recipient of the 2012-2013 Miller Institute-ASIL Fellowship. To read his report 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.”