ICLQ 2020 Early Career Prize Winner Announced
Javier García Olmedo named ICLQ Early Career Prize winner for 2020
Today BIICL announced that Javier García Olmedo, has been awarded this year's International and Comparative Law Quarterly Early Career Prize for his article 'Recalibrating the International Investment Regime Through Narrowed Jurisdiction' which appeared in Volume 69 Issue 2 of the Journal.
The ICLQ Early Career Prize is awarded annually to the best article by an early career scholar and is generously supported by Cambridge University Press who publish the ICLQ. The winner receives £250 worth of books published by Cambridge University Press, and the opportunity to showcase their research in conversation with the Editor in Chief, Professor Sir Malcolm Evans at the ICLQ Annual Lecture.
An early career scholar is someone who (at the time of submission) is either a PhD candidate, or within 5 years of the award of their last academic degree (up to 7 years in the event of a career break). Jointly-authored articles may be considered for the Prize where all authors meet the criteria.
The Editorial Board offer their warmest congratulations to Javier on his achievement in a year with an unprecedented number of eligible articles.