On behalf of the Editorial Board of the Annals of Air and Space Law, I am pleased to announce that we are now accepting submissions of articles, case reviews and comments, and book reviews to be considered for publication in this year’s volume of the Annals – Volume XLV.
The Annals is a peer-review journal produced and published annually by the Centre for Research in Air and Space Law of McGill University, Montreal, Canada. Since its inception in 1976, the Annals has been devoted to fostering the exchange of ideas and information pertaining to law, both national and international, applicable to aerospace activities. As the world’s foremost bilingual publication in the field, the Annals is renowned globally as a compendium of reference materials and legal scholarship produced for the benefit of academicians and practitioners with an interest in aerospace law. For more information on the Annals, including a list of articles contained in previous issues, please visit: http://www.mcgill.ca/iasl/annals.
We encourage interested persons to submit original and unpublished manuscripts covering subjects relating to legal and regulatory issues inherent to aerospace activities. With our aim of publishing an up-to-date tool to aid and encourage practitioners and academics to deepen their understanding of air and space law, articles addressing topics of current interest are particularly welcome. Past contributors have consistently translated their experiences in business and regulatory affairs into valuable resources for the purposes of academic study. Others have drawn from their depth of practical knowledge and experience to enhance legal scholarship.
Articles published in the Annals are usually twenty to thirty pages in length, and can be written in either English or French. If you have a previously unpublished work and wish to have it considered for publication in the Annals, please send your manuscript in a Word format to email@example.com no later than 30 November 2020. All submissions are subjected to an anonymous evaluation process conducted by our Editorial Board, in consultation with outside referees, which comprises of well-respected practitioners and scholars in the domain of air and space law.
Should you have any inquiries regarding a submission, please direct your questions in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. I wish to thank you in advance for your contributions and I look forward to receiving insightful and original manuscripts in the coming months.
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