The Catholic Law chapter of the International Law Students Association (ILSA) is made up of students who are interested in international law. Many members are also members of the Comparative and International Law Institute (CILI). In addition to ILSA's social function, we also work to organize CILI's nonacademic component which includes organizing panels and alumni networking events, providing informal interaction with the CILI's faculty. Members gain comfort with the practice and scope of international lawyering through participation in such programs. They can make contacts in the international law community to facilitate job searching, and may find outlets for their research and volunteering needs. The goal of ILSA, simply stated, is to combine those talents of students, faculty, alumni, and guests from outside campus to deepen international law understanding.
If you need additional information about this organization, please contact Heather Doer (email@example.com), Assistant Director of Student Life and Special Events.