In 2020, the FCIL-SIS introduced three new recognitions to honor and celebrate our members and their contributions.
The Newsletter Article of the Year
This recognition honors an FCIL-SIS member who contributes an outstanding article to the FCIL-SIS Newsletter during the previous year.
|2023||Erin Gow, Resource Reviews: Legislation.gov.uk, FCIL Newsletter, Vol. 37, No. 2 (February 2023)|
|2022||Janet Kearney, Work-in-Progress: A Research Framework in FCIL Teaching?, FCIL Newsletter, Vol. 36, Issue 2 (February 2022)|
|2021||Caitlin Hunter, Helping Foreign Students Thrive in U.S. Law Schools, FCIL Newsletter, Vol. 34, Issue 2 (February 2020)|
|2020||Julienne E. Grant, An Introduction to the Muscogee (Creek) Nation’s Legal Heritage & Carpenter v. Murphy, FCIL Newsletter, Vol. 33, Issue 3 (May 2019)|
THE BLOG POST OF THE YEAR
This recognition honors an AALL member who contributes an outstanding blog post to the DipLawMatic Dialogues blog during the previous year.
|2023||Marcelo Rodríguez, Through the FCIL Lens Series (February 2022 – February 2023)|
|2022||Jonathan Pratter, From the Reference Desk Series (March 2022 – June 16, 2022)|
|2021||Amy Flick, From the Reference Desk Column (2019-)|
|2020||Alison Shea, Locating EU and UK Guidance on Brexit (February 27, 2019)|
COMMITTEE/INTEREST GROUP PROJECT OF THE YEAR
This recognition honors the FCIL-SIS committee or Interest Group that produces an outstanding project for the benefit of the FCIL-SIS and /or AALL members during the previous year.
|2023||FCIL-SIS Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee for the What in the World Webinar Series (February 2023 – March 2023)|
|2022||FCIL-SIS Customary and Religious Law Interest Group (CARLIG) webinar titled Canon Law 101 and Get Refusal & Domestic Violence in the Jewish Community.|
|2021||FCIL-SIS Asian Law IG for its collaborative effort monitoring legal responses to COVID-19 pandemic in Asia.|
|2020||FCIL-SIS Latin American Law IG for its collaboration with the Latino Caucus to Monitor Legal Responses to the COVID-19 pandemic in Latin America and the Caribbean.|