IntLawGrrls at ASIL, 2016 ed.

ILG_1apr16cropWhat fun to see so many ‘Grrls at last week’s American Society of International Law meeting in Washington, D.C.!

A couple dozen of us posed Friday with our foremost foremother, Eleanor Roosevelt, just before the annual luncheon of ASIL’s Women in International Law Interest Group. A highlight was WILIG’s conferring of the 2016 Prominent Woman in International Law Award upon one of our own: Elizabeth “Betsy” Andersen, since 2014 the Director of the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative, and before that, ASIL’s Executive Director and Executive Vice President.

Above, seated, from left, are IntLawGrrls Stephanie Farrior (Vermont Law), Susan Tiefenbrun (Thomas Jefferson Law), Leila Nadya Sadat (Washington University Law), Lori Fisler Damrosch (Columbia Law and, as of Thursday, ASIL’s immediate past president), Aminta Ossom (U.N. Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights), Nienke Grossman (Baltimore Law), and Christie Edwards (American Red Cross, and immediate past co-chair of WILIG). Standing are Kathleen A. Doty (Dean Rusk International Law Center, Georgia Law), Hannah Buxbaum (Indiana-Bloomington Law), Kristine A. Huskey (Arizona Law), Beth Van Schaack (Stanford Law), Jennifer Trahan (New York University), Karen E. Bravo (Indiana-Indianapolis Law), Karen Hoffman (Temple Law), Cecilia Bailliet (Oslo Law), Chiara Giorgetti (Richmond Law), Laurel E. Fletcher (Berkeley Law), Karima Bennoune (California-Davis Law, and U.N. Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights), Diane Marie Amann (Dean Rusk International Law Center, Georgia Law), Cymie Payne (Rutgers), Deena Hurwitz (American University Law), Elizabeth “Betsy” Andersen (ABA), and Janie Chuang (American University Law).

Stay tuned for our next get-together!


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