Twenty-nine panels at ILW 2022 are designated for continuing legal education (CLE) credit. CLE credit is offered to all ILW attendees at no additional cost through the sponsorship and assistance of White & Case LLP, which is an accredited provider of New York and California CLE credit. Attorneys licensed in other states can apply for CLE credit in their own jurisdiction using the New York CLE certificate provided by White & Case LLP. Please collect a CLE form from the registration desk and add the CLE code(s) provided by the moderator at the panels you attend. Return the completed CLE form to the registration desk at the conclusion of the conference.
’Whose is the Bed of the Sea?’ 1922-2022 and Beyond
100 Years of International Intellectual Property Law
Accountability in Internet Governance
Beyond Rocket Science: Assessing the Role of Natural and Social Sciences in Galvanizing International Climate Action
Civil War Peace Agreements: Interpretation, Implementation and Legal Context
Coercive Diplomacy in the Skies: Dispute Resolution Mechanisms and Legal Remedies for States
Controlling Misimplementation and Misuse of Global Anti- Money Laundering Standards
Emerging Trends of Private International Law for the Next Decades
From Policy back to Principles: Refugee Protection under International Law & State
From Policy Back to Principles: Refugee Protection under International Law & State (Non)-Compliance
Growing Threats to the Human Rights of U.S. Transgender & Intersex Children
Is U.S. Ratification of Human Rights Treaties Obsolete? Taking Stoke of U.S. Ratification of the ICCPR Three Decades Later
Law of the Rising Sea: Where do we go from there?
Negotiating the sustainable future of marine biological diversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction.
Practicum: Human Rights Claims and Counterclaims in International Energy Arbitrations
Prosecuting Sexual and Gender-Based Crimes at the ICC: An Expert Roundtable
Prosecuting the Crime of Aggression: Russia and Beyond
Prosecutions and Accountability in Ukraine
Recent Developments in International Immunities Law
Reforming the UN Security Council to Address Modern Challenges
Reimagining the system of world organization
Reproductive Rights: Where do we go from here?
The Crimes against Humanity Treaty: Looking Ahead
The Cybercrime-Cyberwar Continuum: State Responsibility and Accountability for Cyberattacks under International Law
The International Trade Regime’s Foundations in an Era of Increased Geopolitical Conflict
The Legitimacy and Fundamental Principles of International Human Rights Law
The Role of Customary International Law in the Next 100 Years
The Rush for Resources: International Legal Implications of Space Mining
The Secret Life of International Law