Global Studies Law Review Creates International Students Advisory Board
Beginning this fall, international students enrolled in the LLM in U.S. Law or LLM in Intellectual Property & Technology Law will have the unprecedented opportunity to join an advisory board for the Washington University Global Studies Law Review. Participation on the new International Student Advisory Board (ISAB) will allow graduate students to enhance their research and writing skills while contributing to the journal’s outstanding work.
As a member of the ISAB, students will assist with:
- Translating source materials (cases, laws, and articles) into English.
- Advising JD students on international law topics and political systems.
- Offering feedback on articles for publication in the Global Studies Law Review.
- Researching non-U.S.legal citations for the Washington University International Citation Manual.
- Advertising and introducing the Global Studies Law Review to an international audience.
The Washington University Global Studies Law Review is a student-edited legal journal dedicated to furthering scholarship on topics of international, foreign, and comparative law. The Global Studies Law Review regularly publishes contributions from leading academics, judges, and practitioners from international courts and tribunals, diplomats, and NGO leaders, as well as student-written notes and comments on emerging areas of law. Now in its 13th volume, each of the quarterly issues of the Review is available in print and online through the digital commons.