Javier García Olmedo named ICLQ Early Career Prize winner for 2020

2 March 2021

On 1 March 2021, the British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL) awarded its annual International and Comparative Law Quarterly (ICLQ) Early Career Prize to former Institute Research Fellow and current Visiting Research Fellow, Javier García Olmedo, in recognition of the article 'Recalibrating the International Investment Regime Through Narrowed Jurisdiction'

 

The BIICL is a leading independent research centre for international and comparative law, based in London, UK. The ICLQ prize is awarded to the best article written by an early career scholar annually. Early Career scholars for this purpose are those who at the time of submission is either a PhD candidate or within five years of the award of their last academic degree.

The 2020 prize was awarded for the article ‘Recalibrating the International Investment Regime Through Narrowed Jurisdiction’ which appeared in volume 69(2) of the International and Comparative Law Quarterly. As a result, Javier will receive 250 GBP in Cambridge University Press materials as well as the chance to present their research in a conversation with Professor Sir Malcolm Evans, Editor-in-Chief of the ICLQ at its annual lecture, on 19 April 2021