Intlawgrrls celebrated its 10th Birthday Conference at the Dean Rusk Center of International Law at the University of Georgia on March 3rd.
I presented my research on the Law of War panel on the topic of Syria’s Responsibility under International Law to Protect Children from Warfare Attacks on Hospitals and Healthcare. This panel included the following prominent legal professionals: Cymie Payne, on the topic of War, Peace, the Environment and International Law; Leah Carmichael, on the topic of The Bombing of Bakeries: The Role of Intentional Starvation in Armed Conflict and the Lack of Accountability under International Law; and Ashika Singh, on the topic of Identifying and Evolving Genuine Conflicts of International Law: A Case Study on Human Rights in Armed Conflict. I felt so fortunate to be among distinguished professionals, especially in the field of International Humanitarian Law.
University of Georgia School of law is completely dedicated to its students and alumni. Just today, it was announced that the 2018 US News rankings place our international law curriculum at No. 18 in the country! This is the third time in the last five years that we have placed in the top 25 law schools for international law. This of course, has been possible through the efforts of the Dean Rusk International Law Center led by Associate Dean Diane Marie Amann and accomplishments of the faculty, staff and alumni of the school! Go Dawgs!
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Last week, I had the pleasure of participating in the 10th Birthday Conference of Intlawgrrls (our direct predecessor) at the University of Georgia. The conference was organized by Intlawgrrls founder, Professor Diane Marie Amann, without whom this blog (www.ilg2.org) would not be in existence today. Today is March 8th, International Women’s Day, and in honor of this international holiday, Professor Amann, Intlawgrrls, and all of my female colleagues I wanted to share the following thoughts regarding my experience at the conference.
Source: Intlawgrrls 10th Birthday Conference: A Transformative Experience
Happy Birthday Intlawgrrls!