The Yearbook has become green open access


Eleven International Publishing revised its access policy


Vol. 8 (2020) as 'Online First' is out


Vol. 8 (2020) of the Yearbook is available as 'Online First' at our homepage.


Call for papers - Vol. 9 (2021)


The Editors are pleased to announce a call for papers for the forthcoming, Vol. 9 (2021) edition of the Yearbook. Our submission deadline is 15 April 2021.


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Welcome to the website of Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law (series ISSN: 2666-2701), a dedicated series of Eleven International Publishing (the Hague). The Yearbook was established in 2013 by Marcel Szabó, justice of the Constitutional Court of Hungary (from 2016), former Hungarian Ombudsman for Future Generations (2012-2016). As the Introduction of Vol. 1 (2013) underlined:

„Although the community of Hungarian international lawyers and EU-lawyers had always been very active, the publication of a yearbook has not materialized until today. This publication is especially meaningful, since it has been compiled in the common effort of all Hungarian law faculties’ departments for international and European law.”

The vision of the Yearbook remains unchanged from the beginning: our goal is to present the most important results of Hungarian international law and European law scholarship to the foreign professional audience, as well as to reflect the Hungarian (academic) position on current questions of international law and European law. We are also delighted to publish non-Hungarian authors’ contributions dealing with certain legal questions that are of particular interest for Hungary (such as analyses of CJEU or international courts’ and tribunals’ decisions concerning Hungary or having some Hungarian relevance). We are also convinced that certain elements of the case-law of the Constitutional Court of Hungary and the Hungarian courts may be relevant from the perspective of international law and European law and may be outstanding even at European level and globally.

The Yearbook has grown since its establishment in size, strength and reputation. On behalf of the entire Editorial Board I proudly introduce our brand new homepage, hoping that the homepage may become a starting point not only for the Yearbook itself, but for all Hungary-related international law and European law queries, research and publications.

Marcel Szabó


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