ANZSIL Newsletter

Published periodically by email to ANZSIL members, the ANZSIL Newsletter includes news and information on:

  • the ANZSIL Conference and Postgraduate Workshop
  • updates on practice in international law from the Australian and New Zealand governments
  • reports from our internship support recipients
  • recent movements and new appointments of ANZSIL members
  • updates from our special interest groups
  • publications and research projects and opportunities, and
  • upcoming events of interest to ANZSIL members.

All contributions to the ANZSIL Newsletter from ANZSIL members and the international law community more generally are gratefully received and should be sent by email to the Newsletter Editors Alberto Alvarez-Jimenez and Keilin Anderson via the ANZSIL Secretariat

Current edition

> Available in the Member's Only section of the website.

Previous editions

>December 2023

>September 2023

>December 2022

>August 2022

>April 2022

>December 2021

>September 2021

>April 2021

>December 2020

>August 2020

>April 2020

>December 2019

> September 2019

December 2017

> April 2017

> December 2016

> August 2016

> December 2015

> May 2015

> March 2013

> September 2012

> April 2012

> January 2012

> June 2011

> May 2010

> November 2009

> May 2009

Australian Year Book of International Law

Members of ANZSIL are entitled to a discount rate for the Australian Year Book of International Law.

The Year Book is edited by  Donald R Rothwell and Matthew Zagor at the Australian National University's Centre for International and Public Law.

The Year Book publishes articles on a range of international law topics, discusses Australian practice in international law, includes a summary and analysis of Australian cases in which international law was an issue, as well as a selection of book reviews.

Further details, including tables of contents and subscription information, can be found here.

New Zealand Yearbook of International Law

The New Zealand Yearbook of International Law is an annual, internationally refereed publication intended to stand as a reference point for legal materials and commentary on public international law generally and articles on international law with particular emphasis on issues that are relevant to New Zealand, Australasia, the Pacific, the Southern Ocean and Antarctica. The Yearbook is edited by James Mehigan, Christian Riffel and Annick Masselot at the University of Canterbury.

ANZSIL members are entitled to a $10 discount on subscription rates for the New Zealand Yearbook of International Law.

Further details on the Yearbook, the Call for Papers and subscription information can be found here.

Contact us:

ANZSIL Secretariat | Centre for International and Public Law 
ANU College of Law | The Australian National University | 5 Fellows Road | Canberra ACT 2601

ABN: 94 662 977 865 

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