Curtis Bradley Elected AJIL Co-Editor-In-Chief
Duke Law School professor Curtis A. Bradley has been elected co-editor-in-chief of the American Journal of International Law (AJIL), effective April 2018. His election was approved by the Executive Council of the American Society of International Law (ASIL) on October 27 after a unanimous vote by the AJIL Board of Editors. Laurence R. Helfer will be joining Professor Bradley as co-editor-in-chief.
“We are both honored and excited to take on this challenge,” said Professor Bradley. “Many of the most prominent writings in international law have appeared in the pages of AJIL, as have some of the most famous debates in international law scholarship.”
Professor Bradley serves as a Reporter on the Restatement Fourth, U.S. Foreign Relations Law - Treaties, which was approved by membership at ALI's 2017 Annual Meeting.
Read more about Professor Bradley and the AJIL.
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