The ILA Reporter is calling for applications for the role of Assistant Editor.
What is the ILA Reporter?
The ILA Reporter is the official blog of the Australian Branch of the International Law Association (ILA). The ILA was founded in Brussels in 1873. It has consultative status, as an international non-governmental organisation, with a number of the United Nations specialised agencies. The ILA Reporter provides analysis, commentary and discussion on issues in public and private international law which have bearing on Australia and the wider region.
What is the role?
The role of Assistant Editor is to support the Editors by commissioning, editing and publishing articles for the Blog.
Assistant Editors will be engaged on a voluntary basis and will be required to source and edit at least one article per month. There may also be opportunities for Assistant Editors to have their own articles published on the blog.
The role is a great opportunity for those looking to gain experience in the field of international law with a well-respected non-government organisation.
Are you a suitable candidate?
At a minimum candidates must be in their penultimate or final year of a law degree or law masters degree. They must have taken an international law course during their degree.
Strong written communication and legal research skills are essential.
How do you apply?
Please send a copy of your CV, academic transcript and an example of a written work to the Editors at email@example.com by 17 February 2019.
Please feel free to send any questions to the above address.