ORIL is proud to sponsor the
TWAIL 2011 Conference
October 20th-22nd
University of Oregon School of Law

Please visit the main conference page to register and for more details.


About Oregon Review of International Law:

ORIL is a student-run journal that publishes articles by academics, practitioners, and students addressing current legal topics in international law and policy.


TWAIL is a scholarly and political movement comprised by a diversity of perspectives and viewpoints. Along with other critical traditions, it challenges the prevailing trend in international law that has legitimated global processes of marginalization and domination. TWAIL looks to the everyday lives and struggles of third world peoples as the historical context from which one might imagine an emancipatory international law.

About University of Oregon Confucius Institute:

The University of Oregon Confucius Institute for Global China Studies was established in 2010 by the UO International Affairs Office and the Chinese Language Council in an effort to expand educational ties with China and promote intercultural understanding. A three-way partnership of the University of Oregon, the Chinese Language Council, and East China Normal University in Shanghai, the institute facilitates the development and coordination of cross-campus and community-wide programming of interdisciplinary events on China's global impact.

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Past Symposia:

April 8th, 2011
March 12, 2010
February 20, 2009
February 15, 2008
March 16, 2007
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Contact Information:

Shehn Datta - Symposium Editor
Michael Fakhri - Symposium Faculty Editor

Contact ORIL:
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