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The South Carolina Journal of International Law & Business is pleased to announce that our Fall 2020 Symposium, titled International Law in Times of Crisis, will take place on November 6, 2020! Our symposium will involve three separate panel discussions and a keynote address. Each panel will discuss one overarching topic in international law: [Read More … ]
Congratulations to the hard work of all journal members who worked on spading. Below are those who won awards and special recognition for their hard work! Thank you all! Weiss Article Best BTL: Madison Chapel Best ATL: Patrick Dowling Mbaku – Round Two Best BTL: Mary Moore Best ATL: Jack Woods Mbaku – Round Two Group [Read More … ]
Robert Ash and Jay Sekulow’s article, ‘The Issue of ICC Jurisdiction Over Nationals of Non-Consenting, Non-Party States to the Rome Statute: Refuting Professor Dapo Akande’s Argument,’ will be published in SCJILB Volume 16 forthcoming. See: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3483195. Please find their biographies, along with information on the great work they do, on the American Center for Law [Read More … ]
SCJILB Alumni Lydney Zwing Bryant ’12 was granted the 2020 Silver Compleat Award for her significant contributions to the legal profession and exemplifying the highest standard of professional competence, ethics and integrity. She, along with other recipients, will be honored Thursday, April 2nd, 2020. Congratulations! For more information regarding the 2020 Compleat Award winners, see: [Read More … ]
Congratulations to the following Spade Award recipients! Group 1: ATL- Chelsie Deusa BTL- Matt Hardy Group 2: ATL: Lucas Barnard BTL: Madison Chapel Group 3: ATL: Olivia Dabbs BTL: Victoria Elgin Group 4: ATL: Jack Woods BTL: Mary Moore
SCJILB’s own Franklin McGuire moving on to do great things! Check out this write-up on his company, CivvieSupply, and their recent success.
Congratulations to our new Editorial Staff!
The South Carolina Journal of International Law and Business is proud to recognize the following staff editors for their outstanding work on the Koons article spade: Naomi Nudelman for ATL Fiona Reed for BTL
The South Carolina Journal of International Law and Business is proud to recognize the following staff editors for their outstanding work on the Stuart article spade: Peri Imler for ATL Shawn Hunter for BTL Brianna Morrison for ATL Aimee Intagliata for BTL
The South Carolina Journal of International Law and Business is proud to recognize the following staff editors for their outstanding work on the Bruce article spade: John Gardner for Above the Line Annalise Musselman for Below the Line