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Section of International Law: Women's Interest Network (WIN)

Section of International Law:
Women's Interest Network (WIN)


A Warm Welcome from the WIN Co-chairs...



Dear WINners,


Greetings to old friends and new members of the Women's Interest Network (WIN)!


We look forward to an exciting year ahead and cordially invite your active participation in the many novel projects and initiatives planned for the year. Our Immediate Past Chair and Senior Advisor, Olufunmi Oluyede, offers global experience, wisdom, and guidance to the work of the WIN Committee as we turn our attention to the 2015-2016 term. We remain open to new ideas on enhancing the impact and value/worth of WIN globally and accordingly encourage all and sundry to share your thoughts, get involved -and become bona fide world-impacting WINners.


Eagerly looking forward to hearing from you.


Warm regards,


Lisette Lavergne


Sharon James


Committee Co-Chairs



About the Committee

WIN primarily focuses on the promotion and preservation of the rights and interests of women globally-through exciting and impactful projects, programs, teleconferences, policy initiatives, publications, communication and outreach channels-within the aims and objectives of the Section. Our membership includes both women and men, lawyers and non-lawyer associates. We warmly welcome the participation of all our members whilst extending an open invitation to join our Steering Group and become actively involved if you have not already done so.

WIN Regional Member/Representatives Relying on the enthusiasm of its growing membership, the Committee strives to expand not just numerically, but also geographically and culturally -with the aid of various regional Representatives in cities across the globe. These 'Member/Reps' act as WIN contacts -periodically organizing WIN events in their localities for WIN and non-WIN members alike, thereby offering excellent opportunities for networking and maximal global impact of WIN's objectives. Events planned are often based on United Nations Observances within the aims/interests of the Committee and are implemented in collaboration with members' external contacts and entities.

WIN is proud of its Regional Reps! If you are interested in becoming a WIN Rep within your jurisdiction, do please let us know.

Upcoming Monthly Conference Calls -Time & Dates: 12:00 pm Eastern Time on the last Thursday of every month. The next monthly conference call is scheduled for January 28, 2016 (Kindly join our listserve for Meeting agenda and call-in details).

Our conference calls are open to all - men, women, lawyers and non-lawyers globally. Join us for meeting agenda, call-in details and regular updates on all activities.

Contact Us! For all inquiries, do not hesitate to contact us at all times via email as follows: Lisette Lavergne - llavergne@lawsnl.com or Sharon James - Sjamespnw@gmail.com

Join Us


WIN Leadership

Co-Chairs:

James, Sharon
Lavergne, Lisette

Vice-Chairs:

Flynn-Enzor, Dionne
Mevs, Peggy
Murnane, Linda
Sukhija, Tanya
Tamaru, Nanako

Committee Roster  


Newsletters and Publications


Upcoming Programs

Section Events

    International Petroleum Summit

    05/09/2016-05/12/2016

    The event will be held on 05/09/2016 - 05/12/2016. The format is In-Person. The event sponsor(s) are Section of International Law. The event has 0.00 CLE Credits .

    U. S.-Russia Business Relations: Challenges and Opportunities in the New Norm

    05/10/2016-05/10/2016

    Co-sponsored by the Section of International Law International Investment and Development Committee, New Media and Content Innovation Committee, and Europe Committee; and Dechert LLP, U.S.-Russia Business Council, Dentons, Duane Morris LLP, Beier and Partners, Bazelon Less & Feldman, P.C., Marks & Sokolov, ...

    Brown Bag Chat with DOJ's David Laufman

    05/13/2016-05/13/2016

    In person program at: Arent Fox LLP 1717 K Street NW Washington DC 20036 Teleconference option available! The Department of Justice (DOJ) National Security Division (NSD) has recently made it clear that the Yates memorandum and resulting changes to the U.S. Attorney's Manual will govern prosecutions ...


Other Links


Committee Resources


WIN Speakers Bureau

The WIN Speakers Bureau assists Section members who are looking for diverse speakers and panelists with expertise in a variety of international law practice areas.
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Member articles

Links to articles written by WIN members
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Modified by Dionne Flynn-Enzor on February 22, 2016

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