News: Amsterdam Law Forum Seeks Board Members & Student Editors

Amsterdam Law Forum is hiring new editors and board members for the academic year 2019-2020. As an editor or board member you will have the chance to work on every step of the publishing and editing process, from receiving initial submissions to launching a final academic publication. You will also have an opportunity to organize an engaging annual seminar with renowned legal experts.  You can apply for the following positions:

 

  • Board Member (an Associate Chief Editor and a Senior Editor)

               The ideal candidates should have:

-       Strong organization and communication skills

-       Previous experience with team leadership is an asset

-       All the other requirements necessary for the editor’s position

 

  • Editor

               The ideal candidates should have:

-       Strong proficiency in English

-       Keen interest in international and transnational law and policy

-       Diligent attitude and attention to detail

-       Firm commitment to teamwork

-       Willingness to dedicate up to 8 hours a week

The Benefits of being a member of the ALF editorial team

 

  • You’ll develop skills that will improve your professional development and bolster your CV, including strengthening your writing and editing skills, and organizing a professional conference
  • You’ll receive 6 ECTs for your participation, upon graduation
  • You’ll have the opportunity to review innovative work, and to discuss engaging issues in international, transnational and criminal law
  • You’ll have the opportunity to be part of a great team

 

Interested?

Send your CV  (including VU student number) and cover letter (max. 1 page) to anja.eleveld@vu.nl before 6 October 2019 with the subject “Student Editor Application – Your Name.”

 

Amsterdam Law Forum is VU Amsterdam’s student online journal of international, transnational law and policy. We publish four issues each academic year, with contributions from both established professionals and young academics.