American Society of International Law
SHAFR President Mary L. Dudziak is working on outreach to the law and policy community -- people who rely on history in their analysis, but are not always connected with historians themselves. SHAFR members interested in the history of law in international relations also benefit from access to legal resources often not available on college campuses.
This outreach work has generated an important opportunity. The American Society for International Law deeply values the work of foreign relations historians, and welcomes SHAFR members with discounted membership and conference rates.
Expand your scholarly network and enhance your knowledge of American foreign relations law by joining the American Society of International Law at a special discounted rate for SHAFR members only. ASIL members enjoy full online access—including all archived content back to 1906—to ASIL’s flagship publications: the quarterly American Journal of International Law, the preeminent journal in the field; International Legal Materials; and the annual Proceedings of the
ASIL Annual Meeting.
Additional benefits include:
• Free or discounted registration for ASIL events and online content, including member rates for the Annual Meeting and the Fall Research Forum
• Networking opportunities with leading academics, policy makers, and legal practitioners
• Free membership in any of the Society’s 35 substantive Interest Groups
• Access to a searchable member directory and member profiles
SHAFR members receive a 50% discount on ASIL membership. Please contact Amy Sayward for details.