The International Law as a Profession series

The International Law as a Profession series offers the opportunity for students to hear a practitioner’s insight into the field of international law and into life beyond the University.


The series invites international lawyers from a variety of backgrounds and specialisms to share their experiences and offer advice, and aims, as a result, to give students the information they need to make important decisions about the next steps in their own careers.

This time, we will welcome Prof Helen Duffy, Director of Human Rights in Practice, and Professor of International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law.


The event will take place on Wednesday 13th November at 5pm in the Gloag Lecture Theatre, Stair Building, The Square, and will be followed by an informal wine reception for further networking.


For more information on International Law events, please visit: https://gcils.org/events/.


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