Category Archives: International
Study locally, act globally One of the things Alison Davis likes about working internationally is that it’s spontaneous—if you’re interested in getting experience abroad, you need to be flexible while trusting your instincts. “Work just pops up,” says the third-year … Continue reading
Name: Payal Patel Home City and State: Toronto, Ontario, Canada College/University Attended: McGill University (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) Chicago Neighborhood you call home: Gold Coast Current Law Interests include: Corporate and Business Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, International Law Why did you … Continue reading
Loyola University Chicago International Law Review and the Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy present: Cross-Border Health Care: The Movement of Patients, Providers, and Diseases Friday, February 27 9 AM – 3:30 PM Philip H. Corboy Law Center Power … Continue reading
We are pleased to share with you our recent newsletter with information and highlights from Loyola University Chicago’s Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Program. As you may know, Loyola had an excellent year last year! The Hong Kong team … Continue reading
By Lara Elborno (JD ’12) I graduated from Loyola University Chicago School of Law in 2012. Following the bar exam, most of my classmates spent the summer looking for a job. Some lucky ones found work quickly and started their … Continue reading
2014 Wing-Tat Lee Lecture in International Law and International Law Colloquium Book Launch “The New Terrain of International Law: Courts, Politics, Rights”a book by Karen Alter, Northwestern University Commentator: Laurence Helfer, Harry R. Chadwick Sr. Professor of Law Duke Law … Continue reading
“International Law” has become such a big buzzword and as a prospective student I didn’t really know what it meant. Does that mean studying abroad? Learning about the United Nations? Looking at different treaties? Interning in another country? Because there … Continue reading
“Social justice issues arise in the operations of multinational corporations around the world. In my course, “Human Rights in the Global Economy,” we study how human rights issues have come to the fore-front around the world, in courts and legislatures, … Continue reading
This issue of the International Newsletter reflects on some exciting developments from last semester and looks forward to international law events this spring as well.
This special issue of the International Newsletter describes the experiences of Loyola’s International Summer Fellows this last summer. [[click images to enlarge]] For past newsletters and more information on the International Law and Practice Program, please head to the website.