FYI Int-Law – about 80 librarians from all over the world attend (or more depending on venue). You get to meeting great, knowledgeable people, and try out all your languages! J Cheers, Lyo ([log in to unmask]). P.S. And, there might be sporting events!
Today’s the last day to register. 7 August 2015.
“Welcome to Berlin, the capital and largest city of Germany. Berlin is committed to its role as host and partner to the federal government's institutions and the other federal states, as well as to diplomatic missions, the media, national organizations and associations. The annual course in international law and legal information is the Association's main meeting and educational event of the year. The Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin (Berlin State Library) is proud to be the host of the 34th Annual Course on International Law and Legal Information. The theme of the conference is "Within and in between: German Legal Tradition in Times of Internationalization and Beyond." The chosen topics will reflect Germany’s legal history and will characterize unique perspectives on international and domestic law issues as well as legal information items. Speakers at the sessions will include highly regarded German legal scholars, legal practitioners and law librarians.”