October 15, 2007
Yale J. Int'l L. seeks papers by JD students
I have been asked to post the following announcement. Apparently papers on China are considered "international law" and thus welcome.
THE YALE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW ANNOUNCES ITS SIXTH ANNUAL YOUNG SCHOLARS' CONFERENCE
CALL FOR PAPERS FROM JD STUDENTS
Deadline: December 10, 2007
The Yale Journal of International Law (YJIL) is accepting submissions
for its Young Scholars' Conference, which will take place on March 1,
2008. The Conference aims to encourage scholarship in international
law among current J.D. students by giving them an opportunity to
present a paper and receive feedback from distinguished professors in
the field. The Conference will include panel presentations of student
scholarship, a roundtable discussion on careers in legal academia, a
keynote address, and a closing dinner. Two of the papers presented at
the Conference will be selected for publication in YJIL. Support for
the Conference has been provided by the Oscar M. Ruebhausen '37 Fund.
YJIL will accept papers of no more than 15,000 words (including
footnotes) on topics in international law from current J.D. students.
Papers that have previously been published will not be considered.
Presenters must be able to travel to New Haven, CT, for a full day of
events on March 1, 2008. YJIL will provide presenting students with
accommodations and cover up to $200 of their conference-related travel
Submissions, accompanied by author's c.v., should be sent to
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Conference update: In response to a high level of interest among graduate students, the Yale Journal of International Law is now accepting papers from students at all levels (including LLMs and JSDs) for its Young Scholars' Conference. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you might have about the submissions process. Thanks to Professor Clarke for posting the announcement.
Posted by: Phyllis Maloney Johnson | Oct 17, 2007 3:45:10 PM