Kelly Appointed as a Corresponding Editor by American Society of International Law

20181114_cc_1470School of Law professor Michael Kelly has been appointed by the American Society of International Law (ASIL) as a Corresponding Editor for International Legal Materials (ILM). Published by Cambridge University Press, along with the American Journal of International Law, ILM is one of ASIL’s two flagship publications. Corresponding editors from around the world select primary resource documents such as treaties and cases for inclusion in each new issue. An active member of ASIL for 25 years, Kelly’s work has also included representing ASIL in two cycles of meetings among the Four Societies (U.S., Canada, Japan, Australia/New Zealand) in Awaji, Japan and Berkeley, California and the production of a book he co-edited with Professors David Caron (Berkeley) and Anastasia Telesetsky (Idaho), The International Law of Disaster Relief (2014) – also with Cambridge University Press.