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Infrastructure for Expanded Outreach

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The featured item on Charles N. Brower's agenda as President of the Society from 1996 to 1998 was building the Society's infrastructure. The Society's Panel on State Responsibility focused primarily on the preparation of the International Law Commission's Draft Articles on State Responsibility and on the work of the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal. The Tillar House corporate counsel briefing series, begun in 1995, peaked during Charles N. Brower's term as President. Franck also formed an ad hoc Committee on Society Effectiveness and Outreach to examine how the Society could better make its public voice heard. The ad hoc Committee on Society Effectiveness and Outreach recommended, among other things, that the Society develop programs on international legal issues for presentation to federal and state judges. In the late 1990s, the Society made a commitment to outreach, including research that could have a positive effect on decision-makers.

Keywords: ad hoc Committee; International Law Commission; Iran-United States Claims Tribunal; Society's infrastructure; Tillar House



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