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The Original Constitution Of The American Society Of International Law

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The object of the American Society of International Law is to foster the study of International Law and promote the establishment of international relations on the basis of law and justice. For this purpose it cooperates with other societies in this and other countries having the same object. Members may be elected on the nomination of two members in regular standing by vote of the Executive Council under such rules and regulations as the Council may prescribe. A limited number of persons not citizens of the United States and not exceeding one in any year, who shall have rendered distinguished service to the cause which this Society is formed to promote, may be elected to honorary membership at any meeting of the Society on the recommendation of the Executive Council.

Keywords: American Society of International Law; executive council



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