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Angelica Robison posted on February 14, 2014 14:41

The ISA International Law Section Book Award Committee is pleased to announce for the 2014 ILAW Book Award its selection of Joel Trachtman, The Future of International Law: Global Government(Cambridge University Press, 2013). The book is part of the American Society of International Law (ASIL) Studies in International Legal Theory. The International Law Section congratulates Professor Trachtman on this award that will be presented at the ISA Annual Meeting in Toronto.

The International Law Book Award recognizes a book that excels in originality, significance, rigor and represents outstanding contributions to the field of international law. The winner will be announced at the section business meeting at the ISA Annual Convention in Toronto and will be awarded a cash prize of $200 and an award certificate.

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