Announcing Women in International Economic Law, a new global organization in international law

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Women in International Economic Law, a new global organization in international law, will hold its organizational meeting from 1:30 to 3 pm on Tuesday 15 July, in conjunction with the inaugural meeting of the Society of International Economic Law (SIEL) in Geneva. Jennifer Hillman, Member of the WTO Appellate Body, will speak on the past, present and future of women in international economic law and the group will discuss its objectives for the future and how it might best serve the needs of its members, for example, through support and networking opportunities.

The WIEL meeting will take place at the Institut de Hautes Etudes Internationales et du Developpement/Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, 132 rue de Lausanne, in room AJF (above the coffee-bar in the park near the Villa Barton). All those interested in issues related to women in international economic law, whether academics, practitioners, students, or others, are welcome, including those who are not registered for the SIEL conference.

For more information, contact Tracy Epps or Susan Franck.

–Susan Franck

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