And, as we've posted, the deadline for nominating 2012 awardwinners is fewer than 3 weeks away.
That leaves one more nominating period still at hand.
The American Journal of International Law invites nominations for its Board of Editors, new members of which will be elected next spring.
According to the AJIL Nominating Committee:
Nominations are based primarily on scholarship and creativity, as demonstrated in books, articles, and other written work appearing over a period of years, including, but not limited to, publications in the Journal. Other factors taken into account include areas of expertise or professional perspective or discipline.
Nominators should send suggestions and supporting statements, accompanied ideally by a CV, publications list, and copies of significant publications. Send all to the AJIL Nominating Committee Chair, c/o either of AJIL's Co-Editors in Chief, Columbia Law Professor Lori Damrosch and Miami Law Professor Bernard Oxman.
Deadline is September 15, 2011. The official notice, including the Editors' contact details, is here.