The Canadian Yearbook of International Law: Making a Contribution
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Established in 1961, the Yearbook is a leading international academic journal covering both public and private international legal issues. Edited by legal academics, the Yearbook publishes peer-reviewed work of lasting significance in both English and French. It also aims to make Canadian practice in international law accessible to researchers, policy-makers and practitioners. Published first by UBC Press, and now by Cambridge University Press, the Yearbook is a past winner of the Hugh Lawford Award for Excellence in Legal Publishing.
The Yearbook has a long history of attracting involvement from leading international law scholars in Canada, having been edited by such luminaries in the field as Professors C.B. Bourne (University of British Columbia), Jacques-Yvan Morin (Université de Montréal), D.M. McRae (University of Ottawa) and A.L.C. de Mestral (McGill University). Today, the Yearbook’s editorial team consists of Editor-in-Chief, Professor John Currie (University of Ottawa) and Associate Editor, Professor René Provost (McGill University), assisted by Professor Frédéric Mégret (McGill University) and Professor Joanna Harrington (University of Alberta).