International Comparative Jurisprudence
International Comparative Jurisprudence aims to initiate scientific dialog between legal professionals and academics of Eastern and Central Europe in order to consider the main challenges their legal systems are facing in the transition period towards Western legal order. The emphasis is put on the reception of modern legal thought, Western legal tradition and the implementation of European Union law. International Comparative Jurisprudence publishes original scholarly articles in various fields of law: Legal philosophy and theory, Comparative law, Legal history, Constitutional law, Private international law and public international law, European Union law, Civil law (Intellectual property law, Family law, etc.), Civil procedure law, Administrative law, Administrative procedure law, Environmental law, Criminal law, Criminal procedure law, Business law, Labour law, Finance law, Banking, corporate and tax law, Biolaw, Criminology, Criminal investigation, Legal informatics and etc.
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