European Law Journal: En-masse resignation of Editors-in-Chief and Editorial and Advisory Boards
The European Law Journal has experienced the mass resignations of its Editors-in-Chief and both the Editorial and Advisory Boards.
Editors, editorial boards and authors are responsible for commissioning, writing, and producing academic legal content, which a publisher then makes available to the world at large through a specific format.
The Editors-in-Chief have written a statement upon departure, and two members of the Advisory Board, Joseph H.H. Weiler and Gráinne de Búrca, have penned a piece on the circumstances, with a statement by the former Editors-in-Chief appended below.