International Law in Domestic Courts Interest Group

December 10, 2012Duke Law News

Monday, December 10, 2012
Room 3000 | Duke Law School


This event is invitation only.

The purpose of ASIL's International Law in Domestic Courts Interest Group is to promote informal, face-to-face dialogue among scholars who are interested in issues pertaining to the application of international law and foreign relations law in domestic courts. The group convenes a meeting once a year to provide an opportunity for interested scholars to present works-in-progress and exchange ideas in an informal atmosphere.

Duke Law professor Curt Bradley, also a participant, will be publishing International Law in the U.S. Legal System, a topic directly related to this conference, in early 2013.

For more information about ASIL or the conference, please visit ASIL's website.

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