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CCIL Scholarly Book Award

Submission process open until May 1, 2020

Terms of Reference

To recognize the work of Canadian scholars of international law, CCIL conducts a biannual competition for scholarly books that make a substantial contribution to the international law literature. Any member of CCIL may submit a book published during the two calendar years prior to the year of the award. Thus, books eligible for the 2020 award will be published in 2018 or 2019. 


The same book may not be submitted more than once. Co-authored books may be submitted if the primary author is eligible to submit a book. The committee will only accept one book per author.
 

If the selection committee determines that none of the submitted books in a competition makes a substantial contribution to the international law literature, it may decline to select any book for the Award. The selection committee may use its own discretion in making these determinations and the decisions of the selection committee are final.
 

Submission process (open)

All submissions must be made by 1 May 2020.  Any award will be made at the CCIL Annual Conference in Fall 2020. 

Five (5) copies of the book must be mailed to:

CCIL Scholarly Book Award

c/o 22, rue de Lavandou
Gatineau, QC J8T 5M2  Canada
 

CCIL AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE IN SCHOLARSHIP

 

CCIL Scholarly Paper Award

Terms of Reference

To recognize the work of Canadian scholars of international law, CCIL conducts a biannual competition for scholarly papers that make a substantial contribution to the international law literature. Any member of CCIL may submit a paper published in a law review or other academic journal during the two calendar years prior to the year of the award. Thus, papers eligible for the 2019 award will be published in 2017 or 2018. 

 

The same paper may not be submitted more than once. Co-authored papers may be submitted if the primary author is eligible to submit a paper. Copyright in any paper submitted remains the property of the author(s) or the publisher. The committee will only accept one paper per author. Papers longer than 60 pages in length are not normally considered.

 

If the selection committee determines that none of the submitted papers in the competition makes a substantial contribution to the international law literature, it may decline to select any paper for the Award. The selection committee may use its own discretion in making these determinations and the decisions of the selection committee are final.

 

Submission process (closed)

All submissions must be made by 1 May 2019.  Any award will be made at the CCIL Annual Conference in Fall 2019. Manuscripts must be submitted electronically to: manager@ccil-ccdi.ca

2019 Winners

The CCIL is pleased to announce the following winners of its inaugural Scholarly Paper Award:

Gregory Fox, Kristen Boon and Isaac Jenkins for “The Contributions of United Nations Security Council Resolutions to the Law of Non-International Armed Conflict: New Evidence of Customary International Law” (American University Law Review, Vol. 67, p. 649, 2018)
 

Joanna Harrington for “The Working Methods of The United Nations Security Council: Maintaining The Implementation of Change” (International & Comparative Law Quarterly, Vol  66, Issue 1, 2017)