The American Society of International Law is seeking nominations for its annual book awards.
The awards, known as ASIL Certificates of Merit, are given for:
► preeminent contribution to creative scholarship;
► a specialized area of international law; and/or
► high technical craftsmanship.
Authors and publishers are encouraged to submit appropriate works for consideration by the Committee on Annual Awards, which this year is chaired by me, Janie Chuang (American University), and includes another IntLawGrrl, Christiana Ochoa (Indiana-Bloomington), as well as law professors Tai-Heng Cheng (New York) and Susan Franck (Washington and Lee), and Devashish Krishan, an associate at Baker Botts in London.
Books by authors of any nationality, in any language, and published anywhere within the 24 months preceding February 1, 2009, are eligible.
To nominate works of scholarship, sending 6 copies by September 30, 2008, to: Rosemary Kurtz, American Society of International Law, 2223 Massachusetts Avenue N.W., Washington, D.C. 20008.