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New Issue: Out Now
New issue on Privacy under International and European Law is out now. With information gathering and sharing techniques becoming ever more advanced, States are being forced to take a stand on their permissible cost for individual privacy. As the international legal system struggles to keep up with the irreversible process of globalisation, its role in regulating these competing interests is coming under increasing discussion.
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News: Vacancies: Join the editorial team
Utrecht Journal of International and European Law (UJIEL) is looking for potential candidates to join its Board of Editors for 2015! UJIEL currently has vacancies on its Board of Editors:
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 27th Feb
A brief summary of these roles can be seen here:
UJIEL may also consider candidates for other positions on the Board if further positions become available.
Overall, this requires a commitment of at least 8 hours a week and the availability to attend weekly meetings. Ideal candidates are students at Utrecht University who demonstrate an interest in international and European law and who are proficient at writing and editing in the English language. Candidates are expected to commit for at least a year if possible.
If you are interested in one of these positions, please send your CV and a letter of motivation to email@example.com. Please note that, as we are currently accepting rolling applications, the sooner you apply the better. If you are chosen as a candidate for the Board, you will be invited for an interview, which will take place as soon as practicable after applications are received.
For more information about the Journal and the current make-up of the Board of Editors, please visit our website at www.utrechtjournal.org. If you have any other questions, please send us an e-mail.