Call for Papers | Polish Yearbook of International Law (volume XLII)
The Polish Yearbook of International Law (PYIL) is currently seeking articles for its next volume (XLII), which will be published in September 2023. Authors are invited to submit complete unpublished papers in areas connected with public and private international law, including European law. Although it is not a formal condition for acceptance, PYIL is specifically interested in articles that address issues in international and European law relating to Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). Authors from the region are strongly encouraged to submit their works.
A part of the forthcoming volume will be dedicated to the legal problems emerging in the context of the current Russian invasion of Ukraine. Papers may discuss any relevant aspects, especially including those which relate to general international law, international humanitarian law, international economic law, international criminal law and human rights protection. Submissions dealing with other problems that are relevant in the context of the current events are also welcome. Again, PYIL is particularly interested in the insights of researchers from the CEE region.
Submissions should not exceed 10,000 words (including footnotes) but in exceptional cases longer works may be accepted. Manuscripts are assessed on a rolling basis.
All details about the submission procedure and required formatting are available on the PYIL’s webpage.
Please submit manuscripts via our editorial manager.
The deadline for submissions is 31 January 2023.