Leadership

ILSA is governed by a Board of Directors. The day-to-day operations are carried out by the staff of the ILSA Executive Office, which is assisted by three student officers and a large network of volunteers.

Current Leadership

Members of the Board
Executive Staff Members
2018-2019 Student Directors

Organizational Structure of ILSA

Board of Directors

ILSA is governed by a Board of Directors, which has eighteen seats for voting members, including three student board members. The leader of the board is the Chairman. The Executive Director also sits on the Board in an ex officio capacity.

Executive Office

ILSA maintains its Executive Office in Washington, DC. The Executive Staff handles the day-to-day affairs of ILSA. This includes all administrative and programmatic functions of the organization.

Student Directors

There are three elected student directors who serve as student representatives and voting members on the Board of Directors. Click here to learn more.

Regional Representatives

Chapter members may volunteer to represent ILSA in a certain geographical area as a regional representative. ILSA believes regional leadership helps to establish smaller cooperative networks in which local chapters can collaborate and provide more opportunities for their members. Job fairs, regional symposia and large social events are coordinated annually in each Region. Regional representatives are appointed by the student officers. There is no nomination requirement for this position.

Chapter Officers

Local chapter officers are responsible for running the day-to-day affairs of the International Law Society at their university, planning and organizing chapter events, delegating responsibilities to chapter members, and communicating with chapter members. Local chapter officers are also responsible for paying ILSA chapter dues, sending a membership list (including member contacts) to the Executive Office, and notifying chapter members about ILSA events.

Chapters and Individual Members

ILSA is comprised of chapters and individual members from around the world. Local ILSA chapters have found that working under the scope of a larger organization has allowed them to enhance the quality of their local programming and tap the larger network of global resources. ILSA supports student international law journals, advises students on opportunities in international law, and provides other general educational programs and support to ILSA chapters and individual members.

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