UNOG organized the very first International Law Seminar (ILS) in 1965, in connection with the annual session of the International Law Commission (ILC), for a duration of three weeks. Moreover, the Seminar takes place on an annual basis and aims to widen knowledge of both the work of the International Law Commission as well as of the codification and progressive development of international law. In addition, it also provides an opportunity for lawyers coming from different legal systems and cultures to exchange views regarding items on the agenda of the Commission.
Applicants need to attach the following documents:
1. Curriculum vitae containing the following information:
2. Also, letter of motivation (minimum 400 words, maximum 800 words; including justification for any request for fellowship)
3. Two letters of recommendation, duly signed and dated 2019 with specific reference to the Seminar, from official sources (i.e. university, government or member of the International Law Commission).
The deadline to receive application is 8 April 2019. Applications will not be accepted after this date.