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By Jaya Ramji-Nogales

The ILC on the Expulsion of Aliens

At work on a new article discussing the failures of international human rights law to adequately protect undocumented migrants, I was delighted to learn that the United Nations International Law Commission has been at work for nearly ten years on draft articles relating to the expulsion of aliens.   Provisionally adopted by the Drafting Committee in […]

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Introducing Karen Alter

It’s our great pleasure to welcome Karen Alter as an IntLawGrrls contributor.  Karen is Professor of Political Science and Law at Northwestern University, where she teaches, among other courses, international courts and tribunals.  She is also co-director of the institutionalization research cluster at the iCourts Center of Excellence, Copenhagen University Faculty of Law.  Karen received [...]

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IntLawGrrls at ASIL!

Thanks so much to all of you who came out to celebrate Diane’s receipt of the Prominent Woman in International Law award.  It was wonderful to see so many IntLawGrrls contributors there! For those wanting to hear more about international law and the future of peace, IntLawGrrl Molly Land’s interview with Diane on the topic [...]

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International Law and the Future of Peace

Several participants noted that the Women and International Law Interest Group Luncheon honoring Diane Marie Amann with the Prominent Woman in International Law Award was the highlight of this year’s ASIL annual conference.  The event, which sold out twice (even after being moved to a larger space), was crowded with many of us grateful for [...]

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