ASIL honorees sought

In addition to seeking new leaders, as described in a post last week, the American Society of International Law welcomes nominees for various ASIL honors:
Manley O. Hudson Medal, given in recognition of scholarship and achievement in international law.
Goler T. Butcher Medal, given in recognition of outstanding contributions to the development or effective realization of international human rights law. (As blogreaders well know, IntLawGrrls honors Butcher as a transnational foremother, and one recent medalist, Gay McDougall, is an IntLawGrrls contributor.)
ASIL Honorary Member, an award given in recognition of a non-U.S. citizen who has rendered distinguished contributions or service in the field of international law. (Last year’s recipient was International Criminal Court Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda, another person who has contributed to IntLawGrrls blog.)

These honors will be awarded at the Society’s 109th Annual Meeting, to be held April 8 to 11, 2015, in Washington, D.C. Recipients will be selected by the Society’s Executive Council, on the nomination of the 2013-14 Honors Committee, wich is composed of chair Meg Kinnear (Secretary-General, International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes) and members Joel Hernández (Ambassador; member of Inter-American Juridical Committee), James Leitner (President, Falcon Management Corporation), Michael Posner (New York University), Lucy Reed (Partner, Freshfields, and past ASIL President), and Peter Tomka (President, International Court of Justice).

Questions may be directed to ASIL’s Honors Committee via the Office of the Executive Director of the Society, by contacting Lara Townzen at awardsandhonors@asil.org.

Nominations should be submitted via the online form available here. Deadline is August 15, 2014.

(Cross-posted from Diane Marie Amann)

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