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American Society Of International Law and Women’s Mentoring

Jeremy Levitt

A founder and director of the Center For International Law and Justice, at Florida A&M University college of law. Jeremy Levitt is a member of the American Society of International Law (ASIL) and the American Law Institute (ALI). Dr. Jeremy Levitt is also a women's rights scholar and activist and is involved in charity efforts supporting women's scholarships and shelters. Founded in 1906, the ASIL’s stated mission is to foster the study of international law and promote the establishment and maintenance of international relations with a basis in law and justice. Dr. Levitt has served as a member of the executive council and executive committee of ASIL and helped lead efforts to increase minority and women's participation in the organization

The ASIL’s many programs include one focused on mentoring women through its women in international law interest group. Designed to encourage and cultivate the next generation of female lawyers, the program links experiences attorneys with enrollees. Mentoring is then provided locally in a group setting in order to help enrollees be successful in the international law field. The program has been in operation since 2013 and over 300 women have taken part in the program representing twenty cities across the globe. The ASIL’s women mentoring program is currently taking applications for the 2016-2017 year. Additional information can be found at www.asil.org/asil-women-international-law-mentoring-program.

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