The International Legal Research Interest Group (ILRIG) is pleased to announce the creation of an annual award to recognize important contributions in the area of providing and enhancing legal information resources in international law. The award will be granted to the creators of non-commercial resources freely available that enhance both scholarship and open access to legal information. Examples of the caliber of contributions ILRIG would like to recognize include the EISIL treaty database or the International Committee of the Red Cross's database of customary international humanitarian law. The recipient individual(s) or institution(s) will be recognized at the ASIL Annual Meeting. Please submit nominations to Gabriela Femenia, ILRIG treasurer, at email@example.com by February 15, 2015.
Thursday, February 12, 2015
Call for Nominations: Award for Providing and Enhancing Legal Information Resources in International Law
The International Legal Research Interest Group of the American Society of International Law has issued a call for nominations for a new award to recognize important contributions in the area of providing and enhancing legal information resources in international law. (Editor: Perhaps like this blog?) Nominations are due this Monday, February 15. Here's the call: