International Economic Law
The International Economic Law Interest Group of the American Society of International Law is devoted to the study and practice of international economic law. It engages in various activities, including conferences and study projects, and seeks to assist in fostering greater understanding and education in international economic law. It publishes a newsletter and maintains an e-mail listserv for online discussions among its members.
The group is honored to announce the three winners of the first ASIL International Economic Law Interest Group & Customs and International Trade Bar Association Summer Fellowship Awards. These fellowships provide financial support for law students from underrepresented groups to take up unpaid internships in the field. This year's inaugural winners are Cheyenne Kleinberg of the Michigan Law, Julio Ruiz-Gomez of Fordham Law, and William White of Brooklyn Law. Congratulations to all three winners! We look forward to welcoming these students to the field.
Meg de Guzman
Tatiana Sainati (Ex Oficio)
Lucila Hemmingsen (Ex Oficio)