Melbourne Journal of International Law
MJIL PRIZE FOR OUTSTANDING SCHOLARSHIP IN INTERNATIONAL LAW
2019 marks the inaugural year of the MJIL Prize for Outstanding Scholarship in International Law (‘MJIL Prize’). The MJIL Prize is awarded to an article that is published in MJIL in the preceding calendar year and that demonstrates the most thought-provoking engagement with relevant areas, events and issues in international law. All authors who have published articles in MJIL are automatically considered for the MJIL Prize.
This year, the Prize Committee, comprising Emeritus Professor Mary Hiscock, Professor Alison Duxbury and Professor Margaret Young, awarded the MJIL Prize jointly to Ms Gabrielle Holly and Dr Cait Storr for the following articles:
· Gabrielle Holly, ‘Transnational Tort and Access to Remedy under the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights: Kamasee v Commonwealth’  MelbJlIntLaw 3; (2018) 19(1) Melbourne Journal of International Law 52; and
· Cait Storr, ‘“Imperium in Imperio”: Sub-Imperialism and the Formation of Australia as a Subject of International Law’  MelbJlIntLaw 11; (2018) 19(1) Melbourne Journal of International Law 335.
The winners of the MJIL Prize will share an award of $1000. The Editors thank them for contributing to the Journal and wish them all the best for their future endeavours.