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The International and Comparative Law Organization (ICLO) is dedicated to expanding the discussion of International Law at the law school and how it affects both domestic and international issues. The ICLO has subcommittees on human rights, business, diplomacy and other subjects. In the past, the ICLO sponsored several exciting events including a talk by Fatou Bensouda the Deputy Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, a program on career opportunities in the state department, a talk by a representative of the UN Human Rights Commission, and several other human rights speakers. ICLO students have also participated in the International Criminal Court Student Network Conference hosted annually in The Hague, The Netherlands. This year we plan to expand our activities even more, with more events on business, diplomacy and human rights.

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