Melbourne Law School students have been undertaking extraordinary adventures around the world as they complete the subjects: “Institutions in International Law” and “Global Lawyer.”
Institutions in International Law students have spent two weeks in Geneva, Switzerland for interactive seminars and discussions with representatives of a range of national, international and NGO bodies.
Global Lawyer students are spending one week in Washington, DC and one week in New York City, where they will meet with a diverse range of lawyers and policymakers working in an international context: from private law firms engaged in cross-border transactions and disputes, to government offices negotiating with foreign counterparts, to academic institutions, the World Bank, and the International Monetary Fund.
Our students will be reporting directly from Geneva, Washington DC and New York City. The reports can be read below. Photographs of the students’ travels can also be viewed via our facebook page.
Institutions in International Law
Week One: Student Linda Bannan Reports from Geneva
Week Two: Student Jane Doyle Reports from Geneva
Week One: Student Esther Bohmer Reports from Washington DC
Week Two: Student Victoria Draudins Reports from New York City