The Role of Law in International Security

The Canadian International Law Students’ Conference (CILSC) provides a forum for the exchange of ideas between law students, academics, practitioners, and leaders in various practice areas related to international law. Organized jointly by the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and Osgoode Hall Law School, the conference has grown in relevance and importance over the years and attracts a large audience of law students from across the country, as well as distinguished speakers from a variety of disciplines including policy, academia and non-governmental work.

The 22nd Annual conference will be held on January 29, 2016 from 8:30 AM onward at Osgoode Hall Law School (York University). It will explore a wide range of growing challenges related to The Role of Law in International Security through panels on International Intelligence Sharing, the Trans-Pacific Partnership and Sexual Crimes in Armed Conflict. Additionally, there will be a career workshop led by Andrew Defor and a keynote address by Professor Irvin Studin, President of the Institute for 21st Century Questions and Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Global Brief magazine.

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Note: Entrance is free.