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Editorial to the Special Issue “The Impact of Digitalization on International Law” – CORRIGENDUM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  13 June 2023


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The editorial introducing the GLJ special issue on The Impact of Digitalization on International law (Volume 24 issue 3), as initially published, incorrectly contained both Dana Burchardt and Maria Varaki in the author byline.

Dana Burchardt is the sole author of this introductory article and meets ICMJE criteria for authorship.

As author of this article, and Guest Editor of the special issue, Dana Burchardt wishes to acknowledge Maria Varaki – who did not contribute to the text of this article, so does not meet full authorship criteria, but played a valuable role in the editing of the special issue.

This article has therefore been updated to remove Maria Varaki from the author byline but to acknowledge that the “special issue has been produced in cooperation with Maria Varaki.”


Burchardt, D. (2023). Editorial to the Special Issue “The Impact of Digitalization on International Law”. German Law Journal, 24(3), 435437. doi: 10.1017/glj.2023.32 CrossRefGoogle Scholar