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The Australian National University

Student Editors

Student Editorial Board

The AYBIL offers ANU students the opportunity to be involved in producing Australia’s longest standing international law publication and gain valuable experience in high-level academic writing in international law.

Student editors proofread articles, check footnotes, verify all citations and edit articles to ensure compliance with the Australian Guide to Legal Citation.

Each student editor is acknowledged in print, and receives a copy of the volume they are involved in. The role is voluntary.

For Volume 34, most of the student editing will occur from December 2016 to March 2017. The role can be performed remotely if necessary. Students generally remain in the role for at least two volumes.

Applications now open for Volume 34

Applications are now open for the Volume 34 team. We encourage all students to apply, especially second or third year LLB students and first year JD students.

Please email your application to aybil@anu.edu.au by 9am Monday 17 October 2016.

You application should consist of three parts:

  • Statement explaining why you would like to participate, and any relevant skills or experience you can bring (250 words max)
  • Academic Transcript/Statement of Results
  • Completed editing task (designed to assess your familiarity with the AGLC).

If you have any questions about the role of student editors or the application process, please email the Publications Team at aybil@anu.edu.au, or call on 6125 6176 (Emily Barlow) or 6125 1966 (Isabella Wildsmith and Sorin Zota).

Updated: 6 November 2015/ Responsible Officer:  Australian Year Book of International Law Director / Page Contact:  AYBIL Web Publisher