The Wisconsin International Law Journal has elected its 2016-17 editorial board, naming Courtney Nussbaumer as the new editor-in-chief. She replaces outgoing editor-in-chief Kenton Knop.
The quarterly journal, established in 1982, publishes articles by professionals in the field and by law students.
The following students join Nussbaumer on the editorial board:
- Nicole Kalupa, senior note and comment editor
- Nicholas Korger and Anna Grilley, senior articles editors
- Robb Evans, Christopher Kai Hovden and Anjali Patel, senior managing editors
- Emmeline Lee, senior symposium editor
- Jeremy Wodajo, senior business editor
WILJ members also present an annual symposium devoted to a topic of interest in international law. This year's symposium, “Stamping Privacy’s Passport: The Role of International Law in Safeguarding Individual Privacy,” is scheduled for April 8 at UW Law School.
Submitted by Law School News on March 16, 2016
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