IntLawGrrls is a blog on international law, policy, and practice. This blog is maintained by a team of female international law professors, attorneys, and legal experts.
- Practice Area
- Administrative Law
- Admiralty & Maritime Law
- Advertising Law
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- AmLaw 200 Blogs
- Antitrust Law
- Civil Rights & Privacy Law
- Consumer Law
- Corporate & Commercial Litigation
- Criminal Law
- Divorce & Family Law
- Education Law
- Election Law & Political Commentary
- Electronic Discovery
- Employment & Labor Law
- Environmental Law
- General Counsel Blogs
- Immigration Law
- Insurance Law
- Intellectual Property Law
- International Law
- Judiciary Law
- Media, Entertainment & Sports Law
- Law Firm Management & Legal Marketing
- Personal Injury & Medical Law
- Probate & Estate Planning
- Real Estate & Construction Law
- Tax & Financial Law
- Whistleblower Law
- Workers' Compensation
- Law School
After being stymied by an entrenched culture of impunity and vacillating political will at home and abroad, Cambodia’s international criminal tribunal—officially named the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (right)—is up and running. As we've blogged before, the tribunal was...
IntLawGrrls is proud today to highlight women who will speak at next week's annual meeting of the American Society of International Law – as we have each year since our founding (here, here, here, here, here, and here).This 106th gathering of the Society, entitled Confronting Complexity (prior...
On this day in ...... 1676, Lady Anne Clifford (left), who held the titles of 14th Baroness de Clifford and hereditary High Sheriff of Westmorland, died, 86 years after her birth in Yorkshire, England. (portrait credit) As a child she was a favorite of Queen Elizabeth I. As an adult, she became...
On this day in ...... 2005, U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan presented to the General Assembly a 5-year progress report on the Millennium Declaration. Entitled "In Larger Freedom: Towards Development, Security and Human Rights for All," the report endorsed the nascent concept of "responsibility to...
(Write On! is an occasional item about notable calls for papers)Here at McGill, where I am visiting until December 2012, we are seeking abstracts of papers for the second Sean Maxwell and Isle Cohen Seminar, for doctoral and post-doctoral students working in international law.The theme is “The...
On March 18, 2012, Brazil announced that it would formally charge a number of executives from Chevron based on an oil spill that occurred in November 2011 as a result of Chevron’s oil drilling activities off the Brazilian coast. (map credit)The decision to formally bring these charges was made...
(Go On! is an occasional item on symposia and other events of interest)More exciting news on plans for “Forgotten Sisters: Violence Against Women with Disabilities, Human Rights, and Complex Identity Status” on which we’ve posted here. The roundtable discussion is part of the 106th Annual Meeting...
Your cherished iPad? It was made by a 13 year old Chinese factory worker who, for the ripe sum of $0.30 an hour, completed a 16-hour shift while inhaling the toxic fumes emanating from the tablets' component parts. At the end of her shift she retired to her dormitory bed, in a room shared with six...
(My thanks to IntLawGrrls for the opportunity to contribute this introductory post)A report titled Women and the Draft Constitution of Palestine, recently was released by the Women’s Centre for Legal Aid and Counselling, a nongovernmental organization with offices in Hebron, Ramallah, Jerusalem,...
Just back from a week in the Low Countries.Much occurred on the work front – lectures at the ICTY and in the Cassese series; the 2011-in-review conference at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, which began with a live feed to the issuing of the Lubanga verdict at the International Criminal Court; and...