terça-feira, 1 de junho de 2010

Call for papers: Goettingen Journal of International Law


Student essay competition - Deadline 15/06
GoJIL hosts an annual student essay competition on a current topic of international law. To reach a broad majority of young academics interested in international law the topic is usually set adjacent to or within the subject of the recent Philip C. Jessup Moot Court Competition.Submission for the Student Essay Competition shall not exceed 3000 words in length and must be in accordance with ourguidelines. A jury will nominate the winning paper for publication in the forthcoming issue. Examples for winning contributions in the past you can find in the recent GoJIL issue Vol 1 No 3 (Marco Benatar: "The Use of Cyber Force: Need for Legal Justification?") as well as in GoJIL Vol 1 No 1 (Evelyne Schmid: "The Right to a Fair Trial in Times of Terrorism: A Method to Identify the Non-Derogable Aspects of Article 14 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights").  Papers are judged based on the appeal of the special topic chosen, its argumentation, structure and compliance with formalities.We strongly encourage you to participate and to take advantage of this great opportunity for young scholars.
If you have any questions, please contact essay-competition@gojil.eu. We are delighted to be of service.

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