While I have written elsewhere about the influence of both student-edited and professional journals of international law, it is a distinct honor and privilege for me to write this forward of the twenty-fifth volume of the Emory International Law Review. I have seen lots of changes in the way this student-edited international law journal has approached its subject'and its audience'for a quarter of a century. I am proud that I, along with my faculty colleagues at Emory Law School, have assisted in the Review's remarkable record of editorial achievement, while always respecting the Review's editorial autonomy. I truly believe that this is the real legacy that the Emory International Law Review has produced for the past quarter-century and will continue to do so for the next generation of international law practitioners and scholars.
David J. Bederman,
25 Years of Student Scholarship and Editorship for the Emory International Law Review,
Emory L. J.
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