ICLQ General Editor Steps Down
Sir Malcolm Evans Steps Down as General Editor of the International and Comparative Law Quarterly
After over a decade at the helm of the International and Comparative Law Quarterly journal (ICLQ), Sir Malcolm Evans, KCMG, OBE, MA, DPhil is stepping down from the position of General Editor this September.
Sir Malcolm joined the Editorial Board of the ICLQ in 2005, becoming General Editor seven years later in 2012. Under his guidance, the journal has flourished as a leading platform for cutting-edge research, publishing numerous groundbreaking articles and research papers that have influenced the practice and understanding of international law. His expertise, dedication, and commitment to academic excellence have been instrumental in maintaining the journal's high standards and reputation.
Reflecting on his decision to step down, Sir Malcolm said: 'I have greatly enjoyed the privilege of working with the outstanding editorial team of the ICLQ over the last 11 years, and of having had the opportunity to benefit from the exceptional range of outstanding scholarship that the ICLQ receives and publishes'.
Sir Malcolm's outstanding contribution to the ICLQ is greatly appreciated by his colleagues on the Editorial Board and at BIICL and Cambridge University Press, who publish the journal. We extend our heartfelt appreciation for his dedication and wish him all the best in his new role as Principal of Regent's Park College in Oxford.