Mary Guest


Mary is an Associate Editor of EJIL:Talk! She qualified and practised as a senior associate in telecoms, media and technology at Clifford Chance LLP, following which she was Head of Legal – Commercial at The Football Association in England. After a spell at Linklaters LLP, she moved into an in-house General Counsel role within FMCG. She has completed an LLM at the University of Cambridge, for which she was awarded the Clive Parry Prize for International Law. Mary can be contacted at

Recently Published

Announcements: Women’s Europe – Voices in Times of Covid; UN Audiovisual Library of International Law; Programme on Terrorism, Counter-Terrorism and The Rule of Law; CfA Ruhr-University Bochum’s Institute for International Law of Peace and Armed Conflict; CfA Ius Commune Research School; Foreign Subsidies in the EU Internal Market; CfP Journal of International Criminal Justice

1. Women's Europe: Voices in Times of Covid. Aware of the devastating impact on women the Covid-19 crisis is having, and concerned with the fact that the policies designed to cope with the pandemic but also the post-Covid agenda may be designed without sufficient input on the side of women or without their needs and priorities in mind,…

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Black Lives Matter and International Law

We are today launching a symposium which will run over the next few weeks, with the aim of bringing together legal experts on various intersecting issues relating to the Black Lives Matter movement, police violence in America, and the historic racism and inequality that is demonstrated by the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Eric Garner, Michael Brown,…

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Announcements: International Research Paper Writing Competition; Virtual International Confluence of Academicians; CfA for the Editorial Board of Asia Blogs

1. International Research Paper Writing Competition, 2020. Kathmandu School of Law Review, Amnesty International Fusion Youth Network and Cognition Club are together organising the “International Research Paper Writing Competition, 2020” on the theme  of “International Order Post COVID-19”. The top three research papers will be published in Kathmandu School of Law Review and will also receive prize money.

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