In the late summer of 2021, Polish Yearbook of International Law (PYIL) is planning to publish its jubilee volume (no. XL). In this context, the Editorial Board of PYIL is seeking high-quality, unpublished articles relating to public and private international law as well as EU law.
A part of the forthcoming volume will be dedicated to the scientific legacy of Prof. Janusz Symonides, who sadly passed away in April 2020. Prof. Symonides was a well-known Polish jurist and diplomat, specializing in human rights, the Law of the Sea, protection of cultural heritage, and international relations. He was one of the representatives of Poland during the work on the Convention on the Law of the Sea, an expert on the human dimension of the OSCE, and a conciliator of the Montego Bay Convention. Prof. Symonides was also Director of the Polish Institute of International Affairs and Director of the then Division of Human Rights, Democracy, Peace and Tolerance at UNESCO. PYIL is particularly interested in papers that discuss the ideas that preoccupied Prof. Symonides, analyze his scientific achievements, or deal with other issues relating to his academic and diplomatic work.
PYIL also accepts other texts that fall within the its scope of interest. In this context PYIL is particularly interested in articles that address current issues of public international law and EU law that relate to Central and Eastern Europe. Authors from the region are also strongly encouraged to submit their works.
Submissions should be between 7,000 and 9,000 words (including footnotes). All details about submission procedure and required formatting are available at the PYIL’s webpage in the document entitled “Publication Guidelines” (http://www.pyil.inp.pan.pl/).
Manuscripts can be submitted until 31 January 2021 via the PYIL’s submission system (https://www.editorialsystem.com/pyil/).
Authors can contact PYIL via email at: email@example.com.