Welcome to website about Czech Yearbook of Public & Private International Law

This Czech Yearbook is a publication of the Czech Society of International Law (CSIL), acting in cooperation with the Czech Branch of the International Law Association

The Society was established in 1993 as the successor to the Czechoslovak Society of International Law, acting under the auspices of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences. The CSIL is a scholarly organization associated with the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. It is subsidized by the Council of Scientific Societies of the Czech Republic.

The Society closely cooperates with the Czech Branch of the International Law Association and with foreign societies of international law. It represents, through its members, the Czech doctrine of international law at various international scientific organizations, at international conferences and on other similar occasions.
In a sense, the modern Czech Yearbook of International Law (re)established in 2010 draws inspiration from and builds on the best democratic traditions of the Czechoslovak doctrine of International Law as well as the
 
Czechoslovak Yearbook of International Law published by the Czechoslovak Branch of ILA in London (1942).
Our Yearbook also recognizes the legacy of the later Czech and Slovak international legal scholarship reflected in two other periodicals published, with some interruptions, between 1955 and 1990.
 
In keeping the Yearbook open, we want it to become not only Czech but also a European and international project, the Prague-based platform for dialogue of scholars and practitioners of international law.
This publication appears thanks to the financial subsidy to the Czech Society of International Law from the Council of Scientific Societies of the Czech Republic.

We are also grateful for generous financial support from the Prague branch of the law firm Weil, Gotshal and Manges. Since this year, the Czech Yearbook has been included, in addition to the Czech index of scholarly peer-reviewed journals (RVVI), in the SCOPUS international database. 

We are proud to announce this achievment, as we are the first Czech law journal admitted to the SCOPUS. Next, beginning with its previous volume, the Czech Yearbook is being published by the new international publishers, RW&W, Science & New Media, Passau-Berlin-Praha, and distributed through the company Südost Service GmbH abroad, mostly in Germany. 
 
The newly established partnership should ensure a place for the Czech Yearbook in the catalogues and databases among other international law journals and books. 
 
We wish that Volume 7 (2016) of the Czech Yearbook will also find many readers and we are looking forward to new autors and new contributors for the next volume. We are also grateful for any comments and suggestion on how to improve the quality of this journal.

 

Prof. Pavel Šturma
Editor-in-Chief

 

 

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CYIL 2016 (vol.7)
   Price: 270 CZK

 CYIL 2015 (vol.6)
   Price: 180 CZK
 
    CYIL 2014 (vol.5)
   Price: 220 CZK
 
Czech Yearbook of Public & Private International Law - 2013

  CYIL 2013 (vol.4)

  Price: 180 CZK

 

Czech Yearbook of Public & Private International Law - 2012

  CYIL 2012 (vol.3)

  Price: 170 CZK

Czech Yearbook of Public & Private International Law - 2011

  CYIL 2011 (vol.2)

  Price: 165 CZK

Czech Yearbook of Public & Private International Law - 2010

 CYIL 2010 (vol.1)

 Price: 132 CZK