King Hall Faculty, Alumni Prominent in ASIL Annual Meeting
King Hall will play a prominent role in the 104th Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law (ASIL) held in Washington, D.C. on March 24-27, with Professors Diane Marie Amann and Anupam Chander making presentations.
Established in 1906, ASIL is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, learned society that fosters the study and understanding of international law and promotes international relations on the basis of law and justice. Through the California International Law Center at King Hall (CILC), the UC Davis School of Law is an ASIL Academic Partner.
Professor Amann, in addition to being Director of CILC, is Vice President of ASIL. As a member of the Society's Judicial Advisory Board, she serves as Editor-in-Chief for ASIL's Benchbook on International Law project. She will speak at the Annual Meeting in a roundtable discussion entitled "Same or Different? Fighting Terrorists in the Bush and Obama Administrations." Professor Chander, a member of the ASIL Annual Meeting Planning Committee, will moderate a panel entitled "Preventing the Next Financial Crisis: Coordination and Competition in Global Finance."
Other King Hall faculty and alumnae with prominent roles in ASIL include Professor Andrea Bjorklund, a member of the ASIL Executive Council and Executive Committee and Co-Chair of ASIL-West; CILC Fellow Kathleen A. Doty '08, who has been elected Treasurer of ASIL's International Criminal Law Interest Group; Alison Plenge '09, an ASIL Fellow during 2009-2010; and Gwen K. Young '02, who will be elected to the ASIL Executive Council at this annual meeting.