The International Legal Theory Interest Group of the American Society of International Law (ASIL) invites nominations for an International Legal Theory Scholarship Prize, to be bestowed at the ASIL Annual Meeting. This year’s prize will be awarded for the best article or book chapter in the field of international legal theory published in 2020 by a non-tenured scholar based at an institution in the United States, as determined by a committee of experts. The members of this year’s committee are Adil Haque, Karen Knop, John Linarelli, and Elizabeth Rodriguez-Santiago.
Eligible authors must be based at an institution in the United States, non-tenured and in teaching for 8 years or less. Nominees need not be members of the American Society of International Law, and self-nominations are encouraged.
Nominations for this year’s award are due by January 22, 2021. Nominations should be sent to the IG Chair, Harlan Cohen, at email@example.com, and include the nominee's name, a short statement describing their eligibility, and a PDF of the nominated article or chapter. An author may be considered for more than one eligible publication. Multi-authored works may be nominated if all the authors are eligible to enter the competition.
Thursday, December 24, 2020
Call for Nominations: ASIL International Legal Theory Interest Group Scholarship Prize
The International Legal Theory Interest Group of the American Society of International Law has issued a call for nominations for an International Legal Theory Scholarship Prize. Here's the call: