Here’s how you can join the Clooney Foundation and the ABA to achieve legal equality worldwide.
Explore one path towards working in international law and look at helpful tips on how to get started with T. Alexander Puutio, a recent Fordham grad currently with the United Nations Secretariat.
One of the hottest legal topics these days is the legalization of marijuana. As law students, you’re in the perfect position to analyze and develop your own perspective and knowledge on such a controversial issue before you head out into the real world as a practicing lawyer. Right now, the United
Did you know that the ABA Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI) is making an impact worldwide? ABA ROLI has been working worked in more than 100 countries for the past 25 years with a presence in five regions – Africa; Asia and the Pacific; Europe and Eurasia; Latin America and
Why does international law matter? Well, here’s one of the myriad reasons. Earlier this month, I listened to an incredibly brave woman tell her story. She's young, only 21. Yet, her hardened, distant look and silent expression are those of a woman who has experienced horrors and seen demons far beyond
Updated 1/19/2017: If you're interested in studying abroad, look over your options with our comprehensive law school study abroad directory. Studying abroad is more than a fun jaunt. You immerse yourself in education, network, and achieve personal growth. Here’s what studying
The opportunity to write an article for Student Lawyer on international law and practice gave me a good excuse to ponder the last 35 years of my professional life and share my insights. Here are my thoughts on the questions you may have about the practice. Q: What does an international
By Richard A. Andrews. Being a law student in the is all about opportunities. For me, a liaison, it is the opportunity to work with lawyers around the world on issues relevant to law students. For students, it is the opportunity to have access to practitioners. Whether students are looking to get published