The purpose of the International Law Students Association (ILSA) is to increase the awareness of, passion for, and opportunities to study both public and private international law - both within Arizona State University and the broader Valley community. We do this by organizing various international law-related events including movie nights, lunchtime speakers, and debates on current international law issues. Working in conjunction with the Center for Law and Global Affairs, ILSA aims to provide students a forum to network with international law professionals, increase their knowledge of international law, support the international moot court teams, and represent their interests to the student body at large. In this way, ILSA strives to be the premier group for students who have an interest in international law.
Honore Callingham & Natali Segovia (Co-Presidents)
Loni Burnette (Vice President)
Michael O'Boyle (Treasurer)
Melinda Millheim (International Program Coordinator and Blog Editor)
Pam Cranston (Public Relations)
Timothy Brodie (Secretary)