Georgia Law students take part in ASIL annual meeting through Louis B. Sohn Professional Development Fellowships

Still holding warm memories of this year’s American Society of International Law Annual Meeting are the four University of Georgia School of Law students who volunteered at last month’s gathering of international lawyers in Washington, D.C. Pictured above, they are, from left, LL.M. candidates Agustina Figueroa Imfeld and Veronika Grubenko, along with 1Ls Jack Schlafly… Continue reading Georgia Law students take part in ASIL annual meeting through Louis B. Sohn Professional Development Fellowships

In D.C. during ASIL Annual Meeting this week, Georgia Law scholars on panels at ASIL and at Brookings Institution

Scholars at the University of Georgia School of Law are taking part on panels during this week’s 116th Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law, the theme of which is “Privatizing International Governance.” The annual meeting opened yesterday and runs through Saturday – in person, in Washington, D.C., for the first time in… Continue reading In D.C. during ASIL Annual Meeting this week, Georgia Law scholars on panels at ASIL and at Brookings Institution

University of Georgia School of Law, School of Public & International Affairs scholars on panels at annual ASIL Midyear Meeting Research Forum

Scholars at the University of Georgia School of Law, as well as the university’s School of Public & International Affairs, will take part next week in the Midyear Meeting of the American Society of International Law. This year’s Midyear Meeting will be held online. As an ASIL Academic Partner, we at the University of Georgia… Continue reading University of Georgia School of Law, School of Public & International Affairs scholars on panels at annual ASIL Midyear Meeting Research Forum

Georgia Law Professor MJ Durkee publishes in ASIL Proceedings on participation of nonstate actors

Melissa J. “MJ” Durkee, the Allen Post Professor here at the University of Georgia School of Law, has published an essay in the most recent volume of proceedings from an annual meeting of the American Society of International Law. Her article, which appears in a section called “Between Participation and Capture: Non-state Actor Participation in… Continue reading Georgia Law Professor MJ Durkee publishes in ASIL Proceedings on participation of nonstate actors

Georgia Law Professors Durkee, Cohen, and Amann present at annual ASIL Midyear Meeting and Research Forum

Last weekend marked the annual Midyear Meeting and Research Forum of the American Society of International Law, held online because of the ongoing pandemic. This year as in the past, University of Georgia School of Law faculty played key roles. They are: ► Melissa J. “MJ” Durkee, the Allen Post Professor at Georgia Law. She participated… Continue reading Georgia Law Professors Durkee, Cohen, and Amann present at annual ASIL Midyear Meeting and Research Forum

Georgia Law, ASIL to cosponsor conference on legal responsibility of corporations and nation-states

When private companies perform governmental functions and governments own companies, which acts should be attributed to the state? Which should be attributed to the corporation? And whose religious beliefs, speech rights, and moral standing can those entities claim? These questions and more will be explored in The Law and Logics of Attribution: Constructing the Identity… Continue reading Georgia Law, ASIL to cosponsor conference on legal responsibility of corporations and nation-states

Georgia Law Professors Cohen, Durkee present at Miami Law for ASIL international economic law biennial

Two international law experts here at the University of Georgia School of Law presented their scholarship and took part in panel discussions at “Designing International Economic Law: Challenges and Opportunities,” an American Society of International Law biennial conference held last week at the University of Miami School of Law. Harlan G. Cohen, Gabriel M. Wilner/UGA… Continue reading Georgia Law Professors Cohen, Durkee present at Miami Law for ASIL international economic law biennial

Georgia Law faculty present and comment on international law papers at annual ASIL Southeast workshop

University of Georgia School of Law faculty were well represented at the  annual American Society of International Law Southeast scholarly workshop, held this year at Washington & Lee University School of Law in Lexington, Virginia. Kathleen A. Doty, Director of the law school’s Dean Rusk International Law Center (above, 2d from left), presented on the… Continue reading Georgia Law faculty present and comment on international law papers at annual ASIL Southeast workshop

ASIL book award for Center’s Director Emeritus, C. Donald Johnson

We were delighted to come together in D.C. yesterday to celebrate the book award given by the American Society of International Law to C. Donald Johnson, an alumnus of the University of Georgia School of Law and Director Emeritus of the law school’s Dean Rusk International Law Center (prior post detailing this award here). Above,… Continue reading ASIL book award for Center’s Director Emeritus, C. Donald Johnson

Center’s Director Emeritus, C. Donald Johnson, to receive book award Thursday at ASIL Annual Meeting

C. Donald Johnson, Director Emeritus of our Dean Rusk International Law Center, University of Georgia School of Law, will receive a top honor this week in recognition of his 2018 Oxford University Press book,  The Wealth of a Nation: A History of Trade Politics in America. The 2019 Certificate of Merit for High Technical Craftsmanship… Continue reading Center’s Director Emeritus, C. Donald Johnson, to receive book award Thursday at ASIL Annual Meeting