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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  27 February 2017

John King Gamble Jr.
Affiliation:
The Behrendt College, Pennsylvania State University
Keith Highet
Affiliation:
The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University
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Copyright © American Society of International Law 1990

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1 The first article ever published in the Journal was Secretary of State Elihu Root’s eloquent plea for better and broader education in international law, The Need of Popular Understanding of International Law, 1 AJIL 1 (1907).

2 ,R.Edwards A Survey of the Teaching of International Law in Political Science Departments 9 (1963).

3 R.Edwards, International Legal Studies: A Survey of Teaching in American Law Schools 1963–1964, at 32, 14 and 33 (1965).

4 M. Cardozo, The Practical State of Teaching and Research in International Law 1974(1977).

5 Cardozo, Remarks, 71 ASIL Proc 95 (1977).

6 The advisory committee consists of the following members: K. Adede, United Nations; Anne-Marie Burley, University of Chicago; Goler Butcher, Howard University; Hugo Caminos, Organization of American States; Michael Cardozo, the Society; Abram Chayes, Harvard University; Lori Damrosch, Columbia University; Richard Edwards, University of Toledo; Cees Flinterman, University of Limburg (the Netherlands); David Forsythe, University of Nebraska; Maria Frankowska, Southern Illinois University; John Lawrence Hargrove, the Society; Douglas Johnston, University of Victoria (Canada); Charlotte Ku, the Society; Igor Lukashuk, Institute of State and Law (USSR); Steven Marks, Yeshiva University; Michael Molitor, Harvard University; Yasuaki Onuma, Tokyo University (Japan); Bernard Oxman, University of Miami; Alain Pellet, University of Paris (France); M.J. Peterson, University of Massachusetts; Bruno Simma, University of Michigan and University of Munich (Germany); Edwin Smith, University of Southern California; Louis Sohn, University of Georgia; Tullio Treves, University of Milan (Italy); Daniel Turp, University of Montreal (Canada); Wang Tieya, Peking University (China); Sharon Williams, York University (Canada); Stephen Zamora, University of Houston.

7 Vanderbilt, Responsibilities of Our Law Schools to the Public and the Profession, 3 J. Legal Educ. 207,209(1950).

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