NOMINATIONS SOUGHT FOR AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW BOARD OF EDITORS
The Nominating Committee of the Board of Editors of the American Journal of International Law (AJIL) is inviting nominations for the elections to the Board that will take place in the spring of 2022. Nominations, along with supporting statements and information, such as a curriculum vitae and a list of publications, should be sent to the AJIL Nominating Committee Chair, in care of AJIL’s Administrative Editor: firstname.lastname@example.org. Self-nominations are welcome. The deadline for nominations is January 31, 2022.
Board membership requires a commitment to active service. Members are expected to review manuscripts that are submitted for publication, to participate in governance decisions, and to contribute in other ways to the operation of the Journal. In considering nominations, the Committee takes account of the quality and creativity of the candidate's work in the field and of their area and kind of expertise. The Committee also seeks to ensure that the Board benefits from the diversity that exists across the field of international law, especially among historically underrepresented racial and ethnic groups.
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AJIL Bookmarked is a new video series in which board members from the American Journal of International Law select an article from the journal archives to read or re-read. Dip into the AJIL archives to explore how scholarship has changed or to find key research from the past.
Second Video: Monica Hakimi, of the AJIL Board of Editors, discusses "Role of the 'New' Asian-African Countries in the Present International Legal Order" in this episode of AJIL Bookmarked. Read the article Monica is discussing here.
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