Friday, September 28, 2012

Call for Submissions: ASIL Reports on International Organizations

The American Society of International Law's International Organizations Interest Group has issued a call for submissions for its Reports on International Organizations. Here's the call:

ASIL’s International Organizations Interest Group is seeking contributions for a new round of Reports on International Organizations (RIO). These short (1000 to 1200-word) reports are designed to highlight recent legal developments in international organizations, including smaller and lesser known organizations.

We are currently seeking reports on new and established international organizations in which significant legal events have taken place in the past year.

To submit a proposal for a new report, after consulting the Guidelines for Authors and the Archive of previous reports, please send an email to including your name, affiliation (position and organisation), the international organization proposed for the report, and a brief description (up to 100 words) of the legal development or event arising in relation to that organization that you propose to write about.

Tania Voon, Associate Professor, Melbourne Law School, Coordinator of the ASIL RIO Project

Richard Burchill, Reader, University of Hull Law School, Associate Coordinator of the ASIL RIO Project