Housing

  • Participants MUST apply and pay for housing online. No walk-in's will be allowed. Please note that the registration is ENTIRELY in English.
  • For those who will be participating in the Inter-American Human Rights Moot Court Competition as well as the Program of Advanced Studies, must make two separate bookings for housing for each Program.
  • Students should consider their housing dates carefully. If you plan to go away for the weekend, you cannot check out for those days nor will you receive a refund if you leave early.
  • Housing payments can only be made with a credit card. Wire transfers and cash are not accepted.
  • Email confirmations will be sent to those offered placement. If you do not receive an email confirmation, please contact the housing department at: conferences@american.edu.
  • You can log in at any time (using your username and password) and check the status of your application.
  • The Academy does not accept payments on behalf of the Housing Department. All payments for housing must be submitted separate from course fees and directly to the housing department.
  • Please note that if you request a double room but do not request a roommate, you will be assigned a roommate. Both you and your desired roommate must request each other for this to be approved. American University housing rules require that both roommates be of the same gender
  • Persons not participating in the Program cannot stay at the university dorms even if they are accompanied by a Program participant. These persons would have to make their own arrangements for housing.
  • For additional questions or concerns, contact: conferences@american.edu. Program Organizers will not address any housing concerns.

Human Rights Events

September 22 12:00PM-1:00PM Online via Zoom Human Rights 101 September 23 12:00PM-1:00PM Online via Zoom International Suite Talk featuring Charles Di Leva, The World Bank’s Chief Officer for Environmental and Social Standards September 24 11:00AM-12:30PM Online via Zoom 15th International Commercial Arbitration Annual Lecture: Seven Dirty Tricks to Disrupt Arbitral Proceedings and the Responses of International Arbitration Law September 30 12:00PM-1:00PM Online via Zoom International Suite Talks Series October 02 12:00PM-1:00PM Online via Zoom American University Law Review Federal Circuit Fridays Series: Veteran's Law Keynote Address October 06 12:00PM-1:00PM Book Talk- Migration and Integration: The Case for Liberalism with Borders October 07 12:00PM-1:00PM Online via Zoom International Suite Talks Series October 09 12:00PM-1:00PM Online via Zoom American University Law Review Federal Circuit Fridays Series: Patent Law Panel Discussion October 13 4:00PM-7:00PM Day 1- 22nd Annual Hispanic Law Conference (HLC): What's at Stake for Latino/a/x Communities in 2020? COVID-19, Census, Elections, and Social Justice Movements October 14 12:00PM-1:00PM Online via Zoom International Suite Talks Series October 14 4:00PM-7:00PM Day 2- 22nd Annual Hispanic Law Conference (HLC): What's at Stake for Latino/a/x Communities in 2020? COVID-19, Census, Elections, and Social Justice Movements October 15 4:00PM-7:00PM Day 3 - 22nd Annual Hispanic Law Conference (HLC): What's at Stake for Latino/a/x Communities in 2020? COVID-19, Census, Elections, and Social Justice Movements Events Calendar ... Find more events in our events calendar
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