Mentors Needed for Student Authors

In an attempt to integrate and utilize the many JD/LLM students in the Boston area who have an interest in International law, we have reached out to them to write articles on international law for our forthcoming Section newsletter. This will help further the Section’s goal of bridging the gap between students and lawyers, increase the Section’s exposure, and help students to get published.  Once the student has written a first or second draft of the article, we are looking to partner that student up with a member of our Section - this is where you come in.

We are looking for lawyers to participate in this discrete initiative. It should not be too time-consuming, and would require you to edit an article that has already been written. We are not asking for lawyers to fact-check the article; we are looking for lawyers to bring a “practical” eye to marking up a document, as some law students might not have that skill-set.  The student drafts are expected by the end of October, and we are hoping to finalize with a week to ten days after. Please let Darren Braham know if you’re interested in helping: