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INSOL Europe Yearbook 2022 - Call for Papers
As one of the new initiatives for 2022 INSOL Europe has decided to launch a Yearbook project. The first Yearbook is scheduled to be published during INSOL Europe's Dubrovnik Annual Congress from 6-9 October 2022. INSOL Europe has installed an Editorial Board to manage this new project (see below for the list of members). 

The idea is that the Yearbook will contain contributions from members and especially young members of INSOL Europe on topics related to a main theme. The Yearbook 2022 shall consist of approx. 500 pages and will contain around 20 articles, each about 15-25 pages long. The main theme of the Yearbook 2022 is "Insolvency law in times of crises". The Yearbook 2022 will be available for free only for delegates of the Dubrovnik Annual Congress and will therefore only be handed out in Dubrovnik. 

We herewith invite and encourage all members - and especially our young members - to contribute to the Yearbook 2022 by submitting a proposal for a paper. If you are interested in participating in this new project, please submit your proposal for a contribution (containing as short description  of the topic you want to write about) ultimately by 11 February 2022 to the following email address: Jonathan.vanee@cms-dsb.com

Once all proposals have been received, the Editorial Board will make the final selection and will inform the authors subsequently. Contributions for the Yearbook 2022 then should be submitted ultimately by 2 May 2022. 

We feel that this is a great opportunity for young members in particular, so we strongly encourage them to participate in this project. A combined authorship is also encouraged.

We are looking forward to receiving your submissions.

Kind regards,

The INSOL Europe Yearbook 2022 Editorial Board
Emilie Ghio, Evert Verwey, Marcel Groenewegen, Paul Newson and Ruairi Rynn, 
Secretary to the Editorial Board: Jonathan van Ee