Each year, the Texas International Law Journal hosts a symposium concerning an important, developing issue in international law. This year, the journal has selected "Immigration and Freedom of Movement" as the topic.
The symposium will host academics from around the country, and given the nature of this year's topic, perhaps from around the around. Over two to three days, the academics will meet, present on a panel concerning a more specific area in the field, and ultimately, the panelists will present papers that will be used to populate the second issue of next year's volume.
The journal would be thrilled to maximize attendance at the event. Ultimately, however, the symposium is an academic endeavor. The primary audience for the symposium is academics and students with a unique interest in international law (mainly members of the journal itself
2PM: Introduction 2:30: Keynote 3:30-5: Opening Discussion
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