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FJIL thanks competitors, welcomes new exec board

Published: August 24th, 2011

Category: News

The Florida Journal of International Law would like to thank all the participants of the Summer 2011 Write-On Competition. It additionally would like to welcome its new Executive Board. Editor-in-Chief: Caroline (“Kay”) Picart; Managing Editor: Fabienne Suter; Student Works Editor: Chelsea Koff; Research Editors: Michael Gutman, Jennifer Allen, Joseph Matera II, Robbie Boone, Lindsay Cohen; Articles Editors: Adam Suess, Liridona Sinani, Merise Jalali; and Editors-at-Large: David Byron, Marta (“Markey”) Bakas.

FJIL also proudly introduces its new and continuing general board members: Alex Braunstein, M. Austin Moretz, Adriana Paris, Brian Wagner, Jennie Zilner, Brittany Jacobs, Nicole Zakarin, Jason Levy, Laura Thayer, Julie Wells, Jeff Rechtman, Joshua Root, Mai Tran, Moish Peltz, Julie Ickes, Zachary Ullman, Benjamin Baird, Matthew Lane, Bill Doiron, Clay Matthews, Robert Gidel, Nicholas Batty, James Glover, Jonas Cummings, Matthew Frey, Jonelle Reed, Eric Nechter, Kendall Obreza, Daniel Smith, Matthew Nellans, Suryia Rahman, Phil Kegler, Paydon Broeder, Lauren Wajsman and Winton (“Buddy”) Wilks.

Finally, congratulations to Jennifer Allen for winning FJIL’s Best Case Comment, entitled: “A.C.L.U. v. United States D.O.D.: Substantive Difference = Substantial Deference.” Her case comment will be published in FJIL’s Issue 23.3 (December 2011), alongside articles by Professors Daphne Richemond-Barak (Radzyner School of Law, Israel); Alan Reed (University of Sunderland, Sussex, U.K.); and Robert Rains (Pennsylvania State University, U.S.).




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