Pamela Yates’ new Guatemala film “500 Years” to screen at our 10th Birthday Conference

A very special film event will open IntLawGrrls! 10th Birthday Conference, the global gathering we’re hosting this spring. On the evening of Thursday, March 2, 2017, the conference will begin with a screening of “500 Years,” a documentary about Guatemala. This Athens, Georgia, screening – taking place just weeks after the film’s premiere at the … Continue reading Pamela Yates’ new Guatemala film “500 Years” to screen at our 10th Birthday Conference

IntLawGrrls 10th Year Anniversary Conference: “We have come a long way baby!”

IntLawGrrls celebrated its 10th year anniversary on the 3rd of March 2017 with a Conference at the University of Georgia. The Conference opened on the 2nd of March with the screening of Sundance-selected documentary 500 Years directed by Pamela Yates, shedding light on the resistance of Mayan people against the violent and repressive military measures of the … Continue reading IntLawGrrls 10th Year Anniversary Conference: “We have come a long way baby!”

IntLawGrrls 10th year anniversary conference: A great example for conference organization

This past week, we, Sabrina Tremblay-Huet and Mélissa Beaulieu Lussier, had the pleasure of attending the IntLawGrrls 10th year anniversary conference. While Mélissa was presenting on the expressive function of international criminal law in the context of prosecuting sexual violence against child soldiers and the possible challenges ICL is facing in this regard, Sabrina was … Continue reading IntLawGrrls 10th year anniversary conference: A great example for conference organization

100 from around world to join IntLawGrrls’ birthday conference March 2 and 3 at Georgia Law

Delighted to announce that about a hundred scholars and practitioners in international law and related fields will participate in IntLawGrrls! 10th Birthday Conference, to be hosted by the Dean Rusk International Law Center, University of Georgia School of Law, on March 2 and 3, 2017. The call for papers issued last autumn produced a trove … Continue reading 100 from around world to join IntLawGrrls’ birthday conference March 2 and 3 at Georgia Law

Join Wald, Dudziak, many more at IntLawGrrls! 10th Birthday Conference: Call for papers deadline extended until Jan. 9

With thanks to all of you who’ve already submitted proposals for IntLawGrrls! 10th Birthday Conference at the University of Georgia School of Law, we’re pleased both to extend the call for papers deadline till Monday, January 9, and to report on how the conference is shaping up: ► Festivities will begin on Thursday, March 2, … Continue reading Join Wald, Dudziak, many more at IntLawGrrls! 10th Birthday Conference: Call for papers deadline extended until Jan. 9

Contributors

Founded in 2007 by Diane Marie Amann, an original editor along with Kathleen A. Doty, Jaya Ramji-Nogales, and Beth Van Schaack, we at IntLawGrrls have welcomed more than 400 women, plus several men, as contributors. (To learn how to become a contributor, please e-mail us at intlawgrrls@gmail.com.) Our contributors include judges, professors in law and … Continue reading Contributors

LA Times OpEd Distorts Both Archaeology and the Law

An op-ed on cultural patrimony laws in today’s Los Angeles Times has done a great disservice to the public by misrepresenting the purpose, history, impact, and very definition of such legislation. In “The Archaeology Paradox: More Laws, Less Treasure,” Adam Wallwork argues that “tight restrictions on export and ownership of artifacts is leaving the world a poorer place.” Mr. Wallwork is not the first … Continue reading LA Times OpEd Distorts Both Archaeology and the Law