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DILA PRIZE
Every year, the Asian Yearbook of International Law invites the submission of original essays of excellent quality written by young scholars of Asian nationality residing anywhere in the world on a topic of public or private international law for consideration of the award of the DILA International Law Prize.
The value of the Prize is US$ 2,000.
Since its inception, the Prize has been generously sponsored by Mr. Sata Yasuhiko of Tokibo Ltd., Japan. Up till 2011, this was known as the Sata Prize, but was renamed the DILA Prize at Mr. Sata’s insistence. The winning article is published in the Asian Yearbook of International Law.
Participants must not be over the age of 40 years on the submission date. Each essay should be accompanied by a curriculum vitae of the author. Essays must be written in English, and the length should be between 8,000 and 14,000 words excluding footnotes.
A committee of the Editors of the Yearbook will determine the winning article and notify the competitors of the results. The decision taken by the Editors is final. Articles that will be considered for the DILA Prize for Volume 22 must be received by the Editors of the Yearbook not later than March 1, 2018 by e-mail. The result will be notified not later than May 1, 2018.
Please submit all entries to:

Dr. Lowell Bautista
Executive Editor
lowell@uow.edu.au
#108, All Nations Hall, Handong International Law School, Handong Global University,
558 Handongro Heunhae-eup, Buk-gu, Pohang, Korea
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