Call for papers Polish Yearbook of International Law, vol. XL: 2020 In the late summer of 2021, we are planning to publish a jubilee volume (no. XL) of the Polish Yearbook of international Law. In this context, the Editorial Board of PYIL is seeking high-quality, unpublished articles relating to public and private international law as well as EU law.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… Read More »Call for papers VOL. XL: 2020
The new volume (XXXIX) of the Polish Yearbook of International Law is finally out. As far as the current volume is concerned, its first section, entitled “General Articles”, includes three texts that deal with classical problems of international law: the right to self-determination; sources of general international law; and the status of unrecognized entities (by Peter Hilpold, Przemysław Saganek and Anna Czaplińska respectively). They are followed by a very interesting article that looks at the international law traditions at the Saint Volodymyr Imperial University of Kyiv (by Kostiantyn Savchuk). As usual, texts relating to international and European human rights law… Read More »New volume of PYIL XXXIX (2019)
Dear Readers, The 2018 volume of the Polish Yearbook of International Law is finally out. The Board of Editors eventually selected thirteen articles for publication. All of them fall within the scope of the core interests of the Yearbook and relate either to public international law or EU law. In addition, the volume contains two book reviews. The selection process was difficult as we received sixty-three submissions this year. This was a slight increase from the previous year, when we have received fifty-nine submissions. We are glad to see a modest but steady growth of interest among scholars in publishing… Read More »New volume of PYIL XXXVIII (2018)
Dear Readers, We are honoured to inform you that a new volume of Polish Yearbook of International Law (no. 37/2017) has been just published. The volume includes our three regular sections: General articles; Polish practice of international law; and Book reviews. In addition, there are four papers that are outcomes of the mini-symposium on the general principles of international law that was held in 2017. The General articles section opens with a paper by the eminent scholar prof. Tomuschat. His contribution, which was originally presented as a lecture delivered on 18 October 2017 as a part of the series commemorating… Read More »New volume of PYIL XXXVII (2017)
The Polish Yearbook of International Law is pleased to announce that it has been accepted for indexing in the European Reference Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS). ERIH was initially created by the Science Foundation (ESF), which subsequently transferred the database to the Norwegian Centre for Research Data for the maintenance and operations. The name of the new database is ERIH PLUS. The inclusion of the Polish Yearbook of International Law in the ERIH PLUS demonstrates our continuous dedication to providing high quality content to our readers.
Dear Readers, We are pleased to present you with the latest volume of the Polish Yearbook of International Law (36/2016). Following our tradition, it is divided into three sections: articles, Polish practice in international law, and book reviews. In addition, at the beginning of the volume we have including a memorial to the academic life and work of Jan Kolasa, the distinguished Polish professor of international law from Wrocław University, who sadly passed away last year (by Bartłomiej Krzan). As you will notice, the volume does not contain the usual “Polish bibliography in international and European law”. There are two… Read More »New volume of PYIL XXXVI (2016)
We are glad to inform you that Polish Yearbook of International Law was included in the latest edition of the list of scientific periodicals which was published at the end of 2015 by the Polish Minister of Science and Higher Education. PYIL was placed in section B of the list and received 14 points. Consequently, our yearbook has now the highest score among Polish legal journals. The complete list of all section B scientific periodicals can be found at: bit.ly/2FxtlPa (only in Polish).
The Polish Yearbook of International Law is pleased to announce that it has been accepted for indexing in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), a new edition of Web of Science™. Content in this index is under consideration by Thomson Reuters to be accepted in the Science Citation Index Expanded™, the Social Sciences Citation Index®, and the Arts & Humanities Citation Index®. The quality and depth of content Web of Science offers to researchers, authors, publishers, and institutions sets it apart from other research databases. The inclusion of the Polish Yearbook of International Law in the ESCI demonstrates our dedication… Read More »PYIL included in Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Idex
We are delighted to present you with the new volume of the Polish Yearbook of International Law for the year 2014. The volume is divided into six parts. The first section (In memoriam) is devoted to two eminent scholars who left us recently. We pay the tribute to professor Karol Wolfke, an “outstanding scholar and teacher, (…) a good and honest man, as well as a loyal friend”, who died in March 2015 (text by prof. Jan Kolasa), and to one of the most renowned Polish scholars and diplomats, professor Krzysztof Skubiszewski, who passed away five years ago (text by… Read More »New volume of PYIL XXXIV (2014)
We have decided to post all articles that were published in volumes 28-30 (2008-2010) on the Social Science Research Network webpage (www.ssrn.com). SSRN is a database which currently contains over 366,000 full text articles and 452,000 scholarly working papers and forthcoming papers. Simply search on SSRN webpage for an author or a title of the PYIL article that you are interested in (you can find all abstracts in our Section “Current and Past Volumes”). In the future we plan to add new volumes.