The Doman International Law Society was founded to promote the ideals and responsibilities of being an international lawyer. As the world has become more and more diversified and interrelated, so too have our legal systems begun to interact and overlap. Today, even the most general practice will face some international law questions. Furthermore, professionals trained in law may have the opportunity to become instruments of change in the fields of foreign affairs and international policy. Our goals are to expose law students to both career paths in international law and policy, as well as substantive and timely issues evolving in those fields.
Doman focuses on creating opportunities for students to explore international law and policy. As such, the group responds to the interests of the membership. In 2009-2010, Doman organized moot court teams for the Jessup International Moot Court Competition and the Vis Moot Court Competition. The group also spearheaded a number of initiatives to further enhance the international law curriculum at CU, to collaborate with the career development office to improve connections with international law firms and centers, to increase networking opportunities through the Pathways Program, and to provide volunteer opportunities to provide students with on-the-ground international law experience.
Laura Brown, Co-President
Preston Dryer, Co-President
Leah Gould, Secretary
Jens Jensen, Treasurer
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