- Any work in the English language published during 2019 or whose publication is in final proof at the time of submission may be nominated for this prize.
- Works that have already been considered for this prize may not be re-submitted.
- Entries may address topics such as the use of force in international law, the conduct of hostilities during international and non‑international armed conflicts, protected persons and objects under the law of armed conflict, the law of weapons, operational law, rules of engagement, occupation law, peace operations, counter‑terrorist operations, and humanitarian assistance. Other topics bearing on the application of international law during armed conflict or other military operations are also appropriate.
- Anyone may apply for the article or book prize. For those in academia or research institutions, the prize is open to those who are up to 8 years post-PhD or JD or those with up to 8 years in an academic teaching or research position.
- Multi-authored works may be submitted if all the authors are eligible to enter the competition. Submissions from outside the United States are welcomed.
Professor Laurie Blank
Emory University School of Law
1301 Clifton Road
Atlanta, Georgia 30322
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— Rouba Al-Salem, (Routledge)
— Polina Levina Mahnad, “Protecting Cultural Property in Syria: New Opportunities for States to Enhance Compliance with International Law”, 99 Int’l Rev. Red Cross 1037 (2018)