About

This Digest is designed as a current awareness tool for international law scholars and practitioners.

The Digest draws on independent research together with information gleaned from the RSS feeds of a host of international law publishers, law libraries, and blogs to provide as a complete a picture as possible of international law scholarship and news on a weekly basis.

In the spirit of Philip Jessup, the Digest takes a broad view of international law and includes all law (public and private — and even some comparative) that bears on events that transcend territorial boundaries.  It also attempts to collect select items from various media that have potential relevance for state practice.  This digest draws on independent research together with information gleaned from the RSS feeds of a host of international law publishers, law libraries, and blogs. Information contained in the Digest is current to 5.00 pm (local Canberra time) the day before issue.

The Digest is now linked by a number of university libraries, including:

Editor
Don Anton
Associate Professor of Law
Australian National University College of Law

Student Editors 2013
ANU College of Law

Supervising Editor
Sherwood Du

Managing Editors
Astari Anjani
Yen Ho
Oliver James
Natasha Purvis
Christine Tay (through Sept 2013)

Contributing Editors
Andrew McIntyre
Anita Gupta
Caitlin Ible
Camilla Pondel
Elizabeth Brownhill
Eric Cheng
Gavin Wendt
Georgina Fry
Grace Lim
Helen Trezise
Isaac Mok
Jessica Zhang
Kaisei Iwano
Kayal Dasan
Krystal Kween
Lisa Zhang
Mabel Say
Monica Patton
Natasha Russell
Nishadee Perera
Nishant Rao
Prashant Kelshiker
Rebecca Niumeitolu
Sandra Lo
Sarah Dobbie
Siying Zhu
Sophia Woo
Veronica Finn
Victor Ferguson

Past Assistant Editors

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