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Editor-in-Chief: Robert E. Lutz. Managing Editor: Tiffany Heah

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Professor Robert E. Lutz
Paul Treusch Professor Emeritus of International Legal Studies
Southwestern Law School
3050 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90010
(213) 738-6758

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Opinions expressed in the ILS NEWS are those of the authors and are not necessarily those of the California Lawyers Association or of the International Law and Immigration Section.

For a PDF version of the ILS News, click here. Chair's Comment Dear ILS Members, Happy New Year! By the time you read this, we will be on the eve of the Chinese Year of the Ox, symbol of hard work and achievement. Our Section’s members may find little in this that is out of the ordinary, and yet we face many new developments in 2021: New vaccines, new U.S. President and Congress, and new challenges to the way we… Read more
Quarterly updates from the International Law Section. Read more
Quarterly updates from the International Law Section. Read more
In this space of each CLA-Int'l News, we offer the reader a look at recent legal literature that either informs about international practice or entices reader interest regarding a current legal topic. Read more
Southwestern Journal of International Law Symposium, “Fighting in the Law’s Gaps” (National Security and Use of Force). Venue: Southwestern Law School. Read more
In October 2019, the CLA International Law Section signed a Friendship Agreement with the Czech Bar Association at our joint CLA/Czech Bar Multi-Bar International Law Conference in Prague. Read more
The Foreign Bar Relations Committee is in charge of fostering relationships with our friends outside the United States. Read more
On January 23, 2020, the International Court of Justice (“World Court” or “ICJ”) accepted jurisdiction and ordered protective measures against Myanmar and its campaign of ethnic-cleansing which has forced 740,000 Rohingyas to flee to Bangladesh and 600,000 Rohingyas to remain in camps in Myanmar. Read more
A number of recent developments strengthen the international structure for the conduct of transnational dispute-resolution. The following provides brief summaries and links for additional information of these important developments. Read more
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