CfP: Hungarian Yearbook 2020
The Editors of the Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law have announced the latest call for papers to the eighth volume of the yearbook.
The Editors of the Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law are pleased to announce a call for papers for the forthcoming, 2020 (Vol. 8.) edition of the Yearbook in the following sections:
a, Articles focusing on certain questions and new tendencies of the law of foreign investments in European law and public international law at bilateral and/or multilateral level („Thematic Part” section);
b, In our brand new section from year to year we are introducing certain anniversaries connected to the Hungarian (legal) history and/or well-renowned Hungarian scholars. Our 2020 anniversary section deals with the legal importance and future impacts of peace treaties in international law, with special regard to the 100-year-old Trianon Peace Treaty (“Anniversaries” section);
c, Articles focused on current developments of international law, European law or national (Hungarian) law with certain European and/or international relevance („Developments in international law”, „Developments in European law”, „Forum”, „Hungarian State Practice” sections);
d, Case notes focused on Hungarian (with international relevance) and international (with Hungarian relevance) jurisprudence linked to the years 2019 and 2020, including the case-law of the Constitutional Court of Hungary, the Curia of Hungary, ICJ, ECtHR, CJEU and other relevant
European/international courts, tribunals and commissions. Be sure that you checked our case note guide at our homepage (see below) in advance;
e, Conference reports about conferences with cross-border, European and/or international relevance organized by the Hungarian scientific community. Be sure that you checked our conference report guide at our homepage (see below) in advance;
f, Reviews of books, written or edited by Hungarian scholars, published in 2019 or 2020 in Hungary or abroad („Review of Hungarian and International Scholarly Literature” section). Be sure that you checked our book review guide at our homepage (see below) in advance.
Deadline: Submissions, including a statement of affiliation (in the first footnote of the manuscript, as a starnote), brief abstract (up to 250 words), and confirmation of exclusive submission (in the email or separately) shall be sent by 30 April 2020, via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Authors are encouraged to share their topics and ideas continuously with the Editors.
Language: The Yearbook publishes manuscripts in English.