Professor Sterio Presents and Moderates Panels at the 2019 AALS Annual Meeting

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International Law Section panelists (from L-R): Professor Cindy Buys; Professor Milena Sterio, Dean Michael Scharf; Professor Paul Williams; Professor Tom McDonnell

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio presented and moderated several panels at the AALS 2019 Annual Meeting in New Orleans.  In addition, Professor Sterio was elected to the Executive Committee of the Women in Legal Education section.

On January 3, Professor Sterio moderated a panel sponsored by the National Security Law section, entitled “Junior Scholars Works-In-Progress.” Professor Sterio had participated in the National Security Law section’s subcommittee on works-in-progress, and had thus helped select papers for this panel.  Professor Sterio served as Treasurer of the National Security Law section during 2018, and she was elected as Secretary of this section for 2019.

On January 4, Professor Sterio moderated a panel sponsored by the International Law section, entitled “U.S. Leadership in Global Affairs in 21st Century International Law.”  Professor Sterio had organized this panel, in her capacity as Chair of the International Law section.

On January 5, Professor Sterio presented at the Annual Breakfast for International Law Faculties, sponsored by the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law.  Professor Sterio presented remarks on “Anti-Globalization Forces and International Criminal Law.”

On January 6, Professor Sterio moderated a panel sponsored by the International Human Rights and International Law sections, entitled “New Voices in Human Rights and International Law.”  Professor Sterio had helped select papers for this panel in her capacity as member of this section’s Executive Committee.

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