Call For Nominations: 2021 ABILA Book of the Year Award
The American Branch of the International Law Association is now accepting nominations for the 2021 ABILA Book of the Year Award.
Description: The award shall consist of a plaque or standing crystal award engraved with the recipient’s name(s) and the name of the award. The award shall be announced and presented to the recipient(s) at International Law Weekend 2021. And the winner(s) names shall be included in the list of all past Book of the Year Award winners on the ABILA website.
Eligibility requirements: Recipients must be current members of the ABILA in good standing at the time of nomination. Eligible books must have been published within the calendar year of nomination or the preceding calendar year. The subject matter of the book must fall into the broadly defined category of international law. Both single/multiple author monographs and edited volumes are eligible for the award.
Procedure for nomination: A book may be nominated to the Award Committee by any person. However, to be considered for the award, the nominator, author(s), or publisher must send either an electronic or hard copy of the book directly to each of the four members of the ABILA Book Award Committee, whose names and addresses are listed below. Books must be received by July 1 of the year that the Award will be presented at International Law Weekend. Hard copies of Books nominated will not be returned.
Send Nominations to the Book Award Nomination Committee: