Since 1922, the American Branch has published its biennial Proceedings, which are sent to those who are members of the Branch in odd-numbered years. The Proceedings contain the reports and work product of the American Branch’s committees, a summary of recent International Law Weekends and regional Weekends, and keynote addresses delivered at those conferences. The often-candid comments in these addresses are a valuable source of inside information about current international law issues by key figures in government, international organizations, and academia.
Proceedings 2015 – 2020
Earlier proceedings dating back to 1922 are available at HeinOnline.