The Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law (UNYB) has constituted its inaugural Editorial Advisory Board comprised of a committee of expert scholars from around the world. The Advisory Board will work in close association with the editorial secretariat, i.e. the Editors-in-Chief and the Managing Editor of the UNYB, in developing the overall Yearbook strategy for future volumes, and mainly act as pioneers for the promotion and development of the publication. The full list of members and their respective profiles can be found here. The Editorial Board will help steer the UNYB towards a continued pursuit of excellence in the field of legal academic publishing.
The experts on the Editorial Board hail from a range of international organizations, academic institutions, and the United Nations and affiliated bodies. Some of the tasks that will be carried out by the Editorial Board members include proposing ideas for future curated volumes, suggesting relevant article topics to be featured and also recommending prospective authors that could be invited to contribute to the UNYB. The members of the Editorial Board will officially commence their term of office from January 2023, for a period of 4 years.
More information on the Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law (UNYB) including guidelines for the submission of abstracts can be found here.