Dean assumes role of Editor-in Chief of The Canadian Yearbook of International Law

Faculty of Law - Common Law Section
Faculty of Law - Common Law Section
Susan & Perry Dellelce Dean
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Kristen Boon, the Susan & Perry Dellelce Dean of the Common Law Section, has been appointed as the new Editor-in-Chief of the Canadian Yearbook of International Law.

Established in 1961, the Yearbook is a leading international academic journal covering both public and private international legal issues. Contributions come from authors from around the world, in both English and French.  The journal aims to advance critical thinking in all areas of international law, while making Canadian practice in international law accessible to academics, policy-makers, and practitioners.

From the announcement by the Canadian Council on International Law:

Dr. Boon is a highly regarded international legal academic with close ties to the international legal community in Canada. Her expertise extends to the law of international responsibility, access to justice in international law, the law of immunities, investor-state arbitration, state responsibility for state-owned entities, the law of international organizations, and sanctions law.

She succeeds Professor John Currie, recently retired from the Common Law Section, who served as Editor-in-Chief for twelve years (volumes 48–59).

Congratulations to Dean Boon on this appointment.