ASIL Series on Int’l Law and the 2020 US Presidential Election
The American Society of International Law is pleased to announce a free online series examining what the 2020 Presidential Election will mean for international law. Building on the Society’s 2017 series, “International Law & the Trump Administration,” the six, hour-long sessions will feature discussions with a diverse group of current and former public officials, campaign representatives, and leading experts from academia, private practice, and non-governmental organizations.The series will address the following topics:
- Cyber Threats & Election Interference
- Trade & Investment
- Climate Change & Environment
- Immigration and Asylum
- Use of Force & Counterterrorism
- Multilateralism & International Institutions
A full description of the series, information about each session as confirmed, and registration can be found at www.asil.org/2020Election.
The first session, “Cyber Threats & Election Interference,” will be held on Wednesday, August 19, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. ET. Register directly here.
All programs in the series will be freely available to the ASIL membership and the general public.