November 24, 2006
international legal citations
The N.Y.U. Journal of International Law and Politics has announced the publication of the 1st edition of its Guide to Foreign and International Legal Citation (GFILC):
"This guide is the result of many years of work for many staff members of JILP. We wish to thank all who have been involved in the project, and to thank the N.Y.U. School of Law for its very generous and longstanding support for this project.
"We would also like to invite you to be involved in the continuing development of the GFILC. Since this is only a 1st edition, we anticipate that we will have the chance to make many changes for the next edition, and we earnestly solicit your help in finding out the changes we should make. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, and let us know: (1) The page number of the change, (2) The change to be made, (3) If relevant to your comment, your background (e.g., nationality/institutional affiliation/area of legal experience).
"The GFILC is available for free download here. (Please note that the file is very large, 1.61 megabytes). The GFILC is also available in spiral-bound, paperback form. To order the GFILC in paperback, please send $20, through check or international money order, in U.S. dollars and redeemable through a U.S. bank, made payable to "Journal of International Law and Politics," to:
Journal of International Law and Politics
110 West Third Street
New York NY 10012"
hat tip: Professor Scott Fruehwald
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