International Lawyering in a Public Interest
The Amsterdam Center for International Law (ACIL) of the University of Amsterdam and the T.M.C. Asser Instituut are pleased to announce the launch of the summer programme on "International Lawyering in a Public Interest".
What does it take to practice international law for public interests? This summer programme will explore the challenges of public interest advocacy in international law, from questions of practice to finding or starting a firm, and from finding funding to identifying causes for advocacy. We will also raise critical questions, to challenge what it means to practice public interest advocacy in the international system. Our group of lecturers includes leaders in practice, including advocates from major firms and pro-bono start-ups, as well as NGOs, the diplomatic community, and academia.
What will you gain?
The knowledge lawyers need to launch and sustain practices of public advocacy with international law; and the critical knowledge necessary to challenge assumptions about the nature and limits of public interest advocacy under international law.
Masters students; PhDs; Young professionals; Seasoned professionals looking to develop a public advocacy practice; Public interest lawyers interested in new directions and critical reflection on the field; NGO workers interested in issues of law and legal practice; Academics looking to apply their knowledge for public advocacy; Diplomats.
- To register for the summer programme, please fill out the form here: www.asser.nl/ILPI2018
Please read the Registration Information & Conditions carefully before registering.
Students (includes PhDs): € 750
Regular: € 1275
This fee includes lectures, study materials, study visits, water/tea/coffee and lunch during working days, and a reception.
The fee does not cover (international) travel costs, domestic travel to and from airports, (hotel) accommodation, insurance or other expenses. The T.M.C. Asser Instituut can provide prospective participants with a list of suitable hotels in The Hague.
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