What is PIL
Public international law, also known as the Law of Nations, is a set of norms aimed at regulating the interaction between the subjects of international law that participate in international relations. These subjects mainly include Nation States and Intergovernmental Organisations. Topics encompassed in PIL range from Treaty law and Interstate Arbitration to International Human Rights Law, Law of Conflict, Onternational Environmental law, etc.
Who We Are
We are a society at King's that aims to foster a community of people interested in studying and working in Public International Law. Our vision is to provide you the tools to help you build YOUR career in this branch of law
Our events will range from PIL focused Moots and Careers talks with leading employers in the field to socials, movie nights and high tea chats with PIL professionals. Every single event will be curated to help you piece together your own personal network of current and future PIL professionals.
What Are The Benefits Of A Membership
Most of our social events are Members Only. For events that are open to others, the cost of tickets will be higher than the members fee. Your three pounds are going to be an investment into the future and are going to help us help you better in creating your career. This money goes towards events and building up the group.
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