International Organizations & International Law (IO/IL)
The IO/IL Working Group is a meeting place for scholars with an interest in international law and international organization, broadly defined.
It brings together faculty, visitors, and advanced graduate students and facilitate joint research and events. With a deliberately interdisciplinary mandate, it welcomes members and scholarship dealing with:
- All aspects of international institutions and institutionalization;
- International regulation and governance;
- The relationship between domestic and international rules, norms, and laws.
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The 5th Regional Colloquium on Globalization of Law, International Organizations, and International Law will be held at the American Bar Foundation on May 8-9.
This event brings together internationally-oriented scholars, both faculty and advanced graduate students from Midwest institutions to discuss current work. The focus is on global and international law.
The 2015 Judicialization of International Relations Workshop will be held at Northwestern University on June 12-13.
The workshop will bring together scholars working on issues where adjudication is increasingly shaping international relations. Learn more about the workshop.