ILSA is pleased to announce a new addition to our team, Alissa Iwaniuk, who will be taking over as Program Assistant. Alissa joins ILSA having completed a MA in Political Science with a focus on China and Russia at Ohio University. She enjoys knitting, visiting art museums, and traveling. We hope everyone will welcome her to the Jessup family.
If you weren’t lucky enough to attend the Jessup 2020 Panel at International Law Weekend, you can now stream it on Vimeo! Continue reading “ILW Jessup 2020 Panel Video Now Available”
The President of the South African Law Deans’ Association, Professor Letlhokwa George Mpedi, recently announced a partnership with global law firm White & Case LLP to support students from law faculties throughout South Africa to participate in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition (“Jessup”) for at least the next two years. Continue reading “Major injection for international law education in South Africa”
We are pleased to announce a collaboration with the United Nations Audiovisual Library of International Law (AVL). The AVL is a virtual training and research centre with more than 400 leading international law scholars, judges and practitioners from different States and legal systems who contribute to its three pillars: the Lecture Series, the Historic Archives and the Research Library. Through this collaboration, the AVL has organized relevant lectures and instruments that can be used by Jessup 2020 participants to help prepare for the competition this year. You can access the United Nations Audiovisual Library of International Law – Jessup Collection here.