Call for Papers: International Law Reports Most Interesting/Important/Influential Articles/Books of 2021 (Junior Scholars)

Deadline: 

12/6/21

Event Date: 

12/13/21

Location name: 

N/A

Organization: 

International Law Reporter

Call for Submissions: Most Interesting/Important/Influential Articles/Books of 2021 (Junior Scholars) (Reminder)

As last year, I am issuing a call for submissions directed to junior scholars only (advanced PhD students and junior academics/practitioners) asking for their views on the most "interesting, important, or influential" article or book published in 2021. I will post on this blog a selection from the submissions received. Thanks in advance to all who participate. Some rules:

  • One submission per person
  • The submission may recommend both an article and a book, but not more than one article and not more than one book
  • The article/book must pertain to international law, though it need not have been written by a lawyer
  • The article/book must have been published in the year 2021
  • Include the article/book title and an internet link to the publication
  • The article/book may be in any language, but the submission recommending the article/book must be in English
  • Include an explanation for your choice, but not more than two paragraphs per article/book
  • Self-nominations will not be accepted
  • Deadline: December 6, 2021, 5:00pm Eastern Time
  • Not all submissions will be posted on the ILR blog
  • By submitting, you consent to the posting of your submission on the ILR blog, subject to editing
  • Successful submissions will be posted the week of December 13, 2021
  • Include your name, current position, and current affiliation with your submission
  • Submissions should be emailed to jacob.cogan@uc.edu with the subject line: "ILR 2021 Interesting Article/Book Submission"

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