The International Law Society (ILS) is Oregon Law’s student-run group dedicated to the exploration and advancement of students’ interests and experiences in the field of international law. ILS focuses primarily on providing a forum for the discussion of current topics in international law and developing resources to support law students interested in pursuing a career in international law.
ILS members will be actively involved in humanitarian campaigns and international legal issues, as well as seeking out relevant speakers and hosting public events to provide students with the opportunity to interact with professors and other professionals in the international field. Members will have the opportunity to work with other law organizations, such as the Public Interest Public Service (PIPS) organization, the Women’s Law Forum, the Oregon Review of International Law, University of Oregon law alumni, and international contacts.
New members and their ideas are always welcomed and encouraged to join ILS.