The International Law Society (“ILS”) exists to promote the discipline of international law among students of DePaul University College of Law. Its members seek to accomplish this goal by promoting a frank discourse among students regarding a wide-ranging issues concerning this diverse field of law. ILS recognizes no boundaries to this discourse, whether ideological or professional, and invites all those interested in the open discussion of ideas and issues to participate. Further, all persons, regardless of race, ethnicity, sex, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, or political affiliations are welcome to join in our discussions, events, outings, and join the organization; ILS strives for the inclusion of a diverse community. ILS strives to provide a forum in which students may explore international issues and to educate themselves about the contribution that international law makes to the legal profession and the contribution that they make to this field of future professionals. By providing this forum, ILS encourages the sharing of ideas and viewpoints, which is essential to the full understanding of the wealth and diversity of this field of study.