2517 KJ The Hague
Tel: +31 70 302 4242
Institutional membership of the European Society of International Law is open to any organisation interested in contributing to the realisation of the goals of the society. There are two tiers of membership – Premium and Standard – which vary in their cost and the advertising opportunities that they offer. Institutional membership is usually taken up by academic publishers and law schools or other similar non-profit institutions, e.g. research institutes. The society would be happy to consider tailor-made solutions, in terms of advertising and otherwise, for law firms, corporations or other similar institutions who express an interest in sponsoring the society’s work.
Please follow these three simple steps to become an institutional member or to renew your institutional membership for the year 2019:
2. Fill in the Institutional Membership Form (2019)
3. Send it back to the ESIL Secretariat and then arrange to pay the membership fee.
If you have any questions at all about ESIL institutional membership at any time, please contact the ESIL Secretariat.
Great Clarendon Street,
Oxford, OX2 6DP (UK)
ESIL members receive a 20% discount on all law titles published with Oxford University Press.
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T.M.C. Asser Press and their partner Springer are pleased to offer ESIL members a 20% discount on all T.M.C. Asser Press (and Springer English language) eBooks.
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Brill | Nijhoff is a prestigious imprint dating back to the nineteenth century. Brill | Nijhoff’s portfolio focuses on areas in Public International Law, Human Rights, Humanitarian Law and increasingly on International Relations. Its annual publication program consists of over 20 journals, 20 annuals and some 120 new book titles. Its back-list comprises of over 2,000 titles.
University Printing House,
Cambridge, CB2 8BS,
ESIL members can now benefit from a heavily discounted personal subscription to the International & Comparative Law Quarterly. To obtain an annual online and print subscription for £75/$98 ESIL members should email email@example.com and request the European Society of International Law discount rate.
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Foley Hoag has one of the world’s most respected and experienced practice groups in the public international law field. For more than 25 years, the firm has successfully represented Sovereign States from every corner of the globe in disputes with other states, and has extensive experience in litigation before the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS), the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA), and other international courts and tribunals. Furthermore, Foley Hoag has successfully represented States in disputes with foreign investors in the world’s principal arbitral forums, including the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). The firm also represents States before the federal and state courts in all regions of the United States and in other jurisdictions.
Foley Hoag’s representation of States extends beyond litigation and arbitration to counselling governments on treaty, statutory and regulatory matters in such areas as environment and conservation, procurement (infrastructure and construction projects), international trade issues, privatization, law reform and sovereign debt. The firm has offices in Boston, Washington DC and Paris.
16C Worcester Place,
Oxford, OX1 2JW,
Hart Publishing is delighted to offer members of ESIL a 20% discount on all their titles! To order with your 20% discount, simply visit the Hart website and use the voucher code CV7 when placing your order.
American University Washington College of Law
4300 Nebraska Ave NW, Suite Y111,
Washington DC 20016
Phone number: +1 202 274 4356
The Academy was created to promote practical approaches to human rights and humanitarian law as well as to strengthen links between human rights organizations, practitioners, and educators worldwide. We hope to enhance the culture and prominence of human rights and humanitarian law around the world. Additionally, we wish to offer relevant, empowering training for scholars, practitioners, and students interested in the international human rights system and laws. The Academy accomplishes these tasks through its programs, partnerships, and scholarly endeavors.