The Wisconsin International Law Journal has named University of Wisconsin Law student Hannah Tuttle as editor-in-chief for 2020-21. She replaces outgoing editor-in-chief Emily Capodarco.
The student-run journal, established in 1982, features articles by professionals and law students in the field of international law. Journal staff publish three to four issues each year and host an annual event on international law. This year's event, the Wisconsin International Law Scholars Conference on "Climate Change and Human Rights," has been postponed until a later date, in light of the ongoing pandemic.
These students will join Tuttle on the WILJ senior editorial board for 2020-21:
- Eleanor Waters, senior note and comment editor
- Jack Brooks and Breana Drozd, senior articles editors
- Sequoia Butler, L. Hunter Maude and Will Reabe, senior managing editors
- Julie Vernon, senior program editor
- Grace Stewart, senior business editor
Submitted by Law School News on April 16, 2020
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