Professor Markus Wagner organized the annual conference of the Junior International Law Scholars Association (JILSA) together with his co-chair from Rutgers. Providing a network for untenured academics the field of international law, JILSA’s annual meeting is designed to discuss and critique the participants’ papers prior to publication. This year’s meeting took place at the University of California at Berkeley. Following the meeting, Professor Wagner stepped down as co-chair after serving for the designated two years. Next year’s meeting will be held at the University of Miami School of Law. Professor Wagner teaches and writes in the areas of international law, constitutional law and comparative law. His recent scholarship has focused on the development of autonomous weaponry and its compatibility with international humanitarian law and various aspects of international economic law.