Dundee International Law Society hosts its first event of the academic year: Careers in Conflict!
This exciting evening consists of a three person panel discussing their career paths in International Law and experiences during conflicts abroad with a focus on Bosnia after the collapse of the former Yugoslavia.
The panellists are: Adam Boys OBE (Director, Chief Administrator at the Special Tribunal in Lebanon), Kathryne Bomberger (Director General at ICMP) and David Hamilton (Police Inspector at Police Scotland and Vice Chair and Chair Elect Scottish Police Federation). This promises to be an insightful evening providing the opportunity to network with three people who have experienced International Law amidst conflict. Although not targeted specifically at law students, it will provide insight into some of the possible ways of becoming involved in International Law.
Date: Thursday November 14th
Where: Lecture Theatre 2, Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee
For those interested in attending, please let DILS know via the DILS Facebook page: Dundee International Law Society or comment below.