November 25, 2009
Call for Papers: Japanese Yearbook of International Law
The Editorial Committee of the Japanese Yearbook of International Law (JYIL) invites submission of articles, notes, and book reviews for possible publication. Here's the details:
JYIL welcomes the submission of articles and notes (within 5000 to 15000 words, not including footnotes) that address public and private international law, comparative law, or Japanese domestic law having international implications. Book Reviews should be around 750 to 1500 words on works on public or private international law, comparative law, or Japanese domestic law. All articles, notes and book reviews are peer-reviewed by experts in the field.
The Japanese Yearbook of International Law is a renewed academic journal (Vol. 51, 2008) in continuity with Japanese Annual of International law (JAIL) first published in 1958. While maintaining the 50 year tradition of JAIL, JYIL will consist of the following sections: articles and notes on both general and Japan-related issues, digests pertaining to current Japanese practices in international law, digests relating to major judicial decisions by Japanese courts in the fields of international law, and book reviews, as well as related documents including recent treaties and legislations.
Although submissions are accepted on an occasional basis, the deadline of submissions for the current year issue will be the end of January, and submissions received after that date will be considered as submissions for subsequent issues. JYIL is to be published in February.
For further information, please click here to visit the homepage of the Japanese Yearbook of International Law.
Hat tip to Koji Nishimoto, Supervising Associate Editor of Japanese Yearbook of International Law and Associate Professor of Public International Law in the Department of Law at Senshu University, Japan.
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