The European Society of International Law has now launched its brand new website – readers should take a look here. The ESIL website will be updated more and more frequently with new content, thus repaying regular visit.
In that regard, the Society has launched a new electronic publication – the ESIL Reflections, edited by Andre Nollkaemper, Jan Klabbers and Thomas Skouteris. The first Reflection is by Laurence Helfer, discussing the Brighton Declaration on the reform of the ECtHR. Reflections are generally conceived as being less formal than a journal article, but somewhat more formal than a blog piece. And while we are still happy to receive submissiosn for EJIL: Talk that are about 2,500 words max in size, we invite authors to consider whether submitting such larger pieces to Reflections might be a better idea instead, as the blog would like to encourage shorter and snappier posts from its regular and ad hoc contributors alike. Readers are invited to get in touch with the Reflections’ editors, particularly Andre Nollkaemper who will be serving as editor-in-chief, if they wish to submit a piece.