Women in International Law: Distinguished Voices
The Women in International Law: Distinguished Voices series is a digital library created by the Harvard International Law Journal in partnership with the Women in International Law Interest Group (“WILIG”) of the American Society of International Law (“ASIL”) to highlight the experiences and stories of a diverse group of distinguished women in international law and to celebrate their achievements and contributions to the field.
Call for Nomination of Interviewees
We cordially invite you to nominate anyone who identifies as a woman for the Women in International Law: Distinguished Voices initiative by November 30, 2020.
We seek nominees who have utilized international law to advance women’s rights, promoted women’s perspectives in the international legal field, demonstrated leadership in international law, or advocated for women’s rights and gender justice. We hope your nominee has inspired you and your peers, by, for example, serving as an impetus for you to enter the field of international law, by cracking or breaking glass ceilings, or by advancing and enhancing women’s rights and power. Finally, we encourage you to nominate individuals who reflect the wide-ranging diversity which exists among women in our field and in our world.
The nominees will be jointly selected by the Board of ILJ and the WILIG. Please be advised that self-nominations are not accepted.
If there is anybody whose voice you are interested in hearing, please nominate them by filling out this quick survey. We look forward to your ideas!