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Rutgers International Law Society

The Rutgers International Law Society is the catalyst for students with experience and interest in international law and for those wishing to develop an awareness of international legal problems and issues. The society plans presentations on international law, sponsors speakers, and coordinates with other student organizations in order to integrate an international law perspective. Members of the society regularly participate in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition.


 
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