Emory International Law Review

Volume 25Issue 1

25 Years of Student Scholarship and Editorship for the Emory International Law Review

David J. Bederman | 25 Emory Int'l L. Rev. 1 (2011)

While I have written elsewhere about the influence of both student-edited and professional journals of international law, it is a distinct honor and privilege for me to write this forward of the twenty-fifth volume of the Emory International Law Review. I have seen lots of changes in the way this student-edited international law journal has approached its subject—and its audience—for a quarter of a century. I am proud that I, along with my faculty colleagues at Emory Law School, have assisted in the Review’s remarkable record of editorial achievement, while always respecting the Review’s editorial autonomy. I truly believe that this is the real legacy that the Emory International Law Review has produced for the past quarter-century and will continue to do so for the next generation of international law practitioners and scholars.

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