Australia and New Zealand Society of International Law IEL Interest Group
The Institute for International Law and the Humanities invites you to the Annual Symposium of the International Economic Law Interest Group (IELIG) of the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law (ANZSIL) to be held on Friday, 1 March 2013 at Melbourne Law School, The University of Melbourne.
This symposium is part of the Global Trade program and is being coordinated by IELIG Co-Chairs Tania Voon and Lisa Toohey and Vice-Chairs Ravi Kewalram and Oliver Toohey.
The Symposium will provide an opportunity for representatives of government, private practice and academia with an interest in international economic law to meet and discuss a range of important issues currently facing Australia and the world in this field. The program includes an impressive list of speakers from the public sector and Australian and New Zealand universities.
A draft program is available at this link and also on the IILAH website.
To attend the Symposium please register at the following link. Upon registration you will need to visit the secure and confidential webpage to process your payment. To access the payment page, please click on the applicable rate below. You will need to make a payment to attend the symposium and a separate payment for the dinner, should you wish to attend.
ANZSIL Members: $88.00
Full-Time Students: $66.00
Dinner: $110.00 (three courses including beverages)
The dinner is optional and subject to an additional fee. It will be held at the University of Melbourne's University House.
Please contact Ms Vesna Stefanovski at the Institute for International Law and the Humanities, Melbourne Law School on email@example.com or (03) 8344 6589 if you have any questions about this Symposium.