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International Law Reporter

Published on February 22, 2011        Author: 

I am sure I speak for everyone in our community when I say that I was saddened to hear that the International Law Reporter blog has had its final post.  The ILR has been an invaluable resource for keeping us abreast of new scholarship, and we should all thank Jacob Cogan for providing us with this service for so many years, despite what must have been an enormous time commitment on his part.  In his final post, Jacob has expressed the hope that somebody else would take up this challenge, and we all join him in this hope. Restarting the ILR would certainly be a worthwhile project for any scholar or group of scholars, for which I’m sure they could attract some reasonable funding. To the extent that EJIL: Talk! could provide support for any such project, we would be happy to help.

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3 Responses

  1. Dear Marko,

    I am not sure if you are aware that an expanded and compiled version of the Reporter (sans conference notifications) is embodied in a weekly gigest of international law scholarship that I started back in December. It is available in searchable PDF format every week at: Anton’s Weekly Digest of International Law Scholarship –

    http://donanton.org/category/antons-weekly-digest-of-international-law-scholarship/

    Next edition is out tomorrow.

    Kind regards,
    DA

  2. Marko Milanovic Marko Milanovic

    Thanks Don!

  3. Mariano De Alba

    The weekly digest by Don Anton is marvelous! I have obtained so much material to read since he recommended it here…Thanks!