Opinio Juris is pleased to announce that it has established an informal partnership with the Virginia Journal of International Law to promote VJIL scholarship on Opinio Juris.
This week we will highlight the three articles just published by VJIL in Volume 48, available here. The authors of those articles, Shi-Ling Hsu & Austen Parrish, Mark Movsesian, and Christiana Ochoa will each guest blog with Opinio Juris this week to discuss their scholarship. We also will have respondents who will post a reflection about each article.
On Tuesday, Shi-Ling Hsu (University of British Columbia) and Austen Parrish (Southwestern Law School) will discuss their article on Litigating Canada-U.S. Transboundary Harm. Neil Craik of the University of New Brunswick will be the respondent.
On Thursday, Christiana Ochoa (Indiana-Bloomington) will discuss her article on The Individual and Customary International Law Formation. Jordan Paust of the Houston Law Center will be the respondent.
We encourage you to read these articles and join in the discussion this week. We are very pleased with this opportunity to highlight leading scholarship on our blog.