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New ILA Study Group: Role of Cities in International Law

New ILA Study Group: Role of Cities in International Law

More than 30 Members of the ILA s Executive Council representing 20 different ILA Branches attended a meeting in London on Saturday 6 May.

At this meeting a new ILA Study Group on the role of cities in international law was established, bring the number of Study Groups currently working to 11. A new Committee on international human rights law was also provisionally approved and further details should be announced shortly.

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ARCHIVES OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW ASSOCIATION

ARCHIVES OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW ASSOCIATION

Link to the IALS Archive website and how to request access: http://ials.sas.ac.uk/library/archives

See below to download:

- Article by Dr Ruth Frendo (982KB)
- ILA Archive Catalogue 2017 (2MB) (also available from the University of London catalogue here: http://archives.ulrls.lon.ac.uk/)

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ILA 78th Biennial Conference - Sydney, 19-24 August 2018

ILA 78th Biennial Conference - Sydney, 19-24 August 2018

'Developing International Law in a Challenging World'

The Australian Branch of the International Law Association warmly invites you to join international lawyers from around the globe at the 78th Biennial Conference of the International Law Association, which will be held in Sydney 19-24 August 2018.

The Conference will consider cutting-edge themes of international law as it responds to social and political challenges in a new environment.  Leading experts in public and private international law will join with lawyers, academics and other profesionals to consider the responsiveness of international law to a world presenting increasing challenges.

Please reserve the dates and register for the 2018 Conference mailing list at bit.do/2018ILAConference.


Dr Christopher Ward, SC
President of the ILA Australian Branch

The Hon Greg Pearce MLC
2018 ILA Conference Coordinator

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