Columbia Journal of European Law
Columbia J Eur Law
The Columbia Journal of European Law (CJEL) is published under the auspices of the European Legal Studies Center at the Columbia University School of Law, in cooperation with the Institute for European Law of the Katholieke Universiteit in Leuven, Belgium. It is intended primarily to respond to the growth of interest in European law among Americans. While giving priority to the analysis of legal documents at the European Community and European Union level, CJEL actively encourages contributions exploring any dimension of European law, including those at the national or regional levels, as well as those relevant to broader questions on the development of law and legal institutions in Europe as a whole. CJEL further seek to present articles - whether authored by Americans, Europeans or scholars from other parts of the world - that bring special comparative, historical and political perspectives to bear on the issues under discussion. The range of subject areas covered by CJEL is extremely diverse, ranging from human rights to corporate law.
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