Issues


The Brexit Negotiations and the May Government Special Issue

Catalogue no.: QM-AZ-19-026-EN-N Download full issue pdf   Guest Editor’s Introduction The Brexit Negotiations and the May Government By: Federico Fabbrini Download pdf   General Articles The Negotiations: Hampered by the UK’s Weak Strategy By: Emily Jones Brexit negotiations were always going to be incredibly tough given the complexity of issues and the deep political divides among […]

Spring 2019 – Volume 11 – Issue 2

Catalogue no.: QM-AZ-19-025-EN-N Download full issue pdf   Editorial From Inclusivity to Diversity: Lessons Learned from the EJLS’ Peer Review Process By: Olga Ceran and Anna Krisztián Download pdf   New Voices Freedom of Panorama: The EU Experience By: Anna Shtefan Freedom of panorama allows creating and using images of works which are permanently located in public places […]

Network of Legal Empirical Scholars (NoLesLaw) Special Issue

Catalogue no.: QM-AZ-19-024-EN-N Download full issue pdf   Editorial A Method of (Free) Choice By: Urška Šadl Download pdf   General Articles Philosophical Questions at the Empirical Turn By: Jakob v. H. Holtermann Adopting a meta-perspective, this introductory contribution focuses on the ongoing empirical turn in legal scholarship as such. A recurrent issue of controversy and […]

Autumn 2018 – Volume 11 – Issue 1

Catalogue no.: QM-AZ-19-023-EN-N Download full issue pdf   Editorial Changing Times By: Anna Krisztián Download pdf   General Articles Current Practices with Regard to the Interpretation of Multilingual EU Law: How to Deal with Diverging Language Versions? By: Stefaan van der Jeught European Union (EU) law is equally authentic in 24 language versions. While this multilingualism […]

10th Anniversary Conference Special Issue

Catalogue no.: QM-AZ-19-022-EN-N Download full issue pdf   Editorial No Journey is a Straight Path By: Rebecca Mignot-Mahdavi Download pdf   Conference Articles Multilingual EU Law: A New Way of Thinking By: Lucie Pacho Aljanati This study addresses an essential characteristic of the EU legal order: its legislation is multilingual and equally authentic in all language versions. […]

Spring 2018 – Volume 10 – Issue 2

Catalogue no.: QM-AZ-19-021-EN-N Download full issue pdf   Editorial Talking About My Generation By: Rebecca Mignot-Mahdavi Download pdf   General Articles Two Types of Legal Uncertainty By: Orlin Yalnazov Law-and-economics scholars analyse legal uncertainty as a choice between rules and standards. In doing this, they focus on individual laws that regulate and sanction conduct, or what […]

Autumn 2017 – Volume 10 – Issue 1

Catalogue no.: QM-AZ-19-020-EN-N Download full issue pdf   Editorial Managing a Student-Run Peer-Reviewed Legal Journal: Ten Years of Bridging Research and Experience By: Elias Deutscher, Raphaële Xenidis, Birte Böök Download pdf   New Voices Of Victims and Villains in the Fight against International Terrorism By: Marina Aksenova Producing a satisfactory international definition of terrorism requires the […]

Spring 2017 – Volume 9 – Issue 2

Catalogue no.: QM-AZ-19-018-EN-N Download full issue pdf   Editorial The Borders of European Integration on Trial in the Member States: Dansk Industri, Miller, and Taricco By: Oliver Garner Amid the political turmoil following the United Kingdom’s popular vote on ‘Brexit’, the United Kingdom Supreme Court has recently handed down its highly-anticipated ruling in Miller. This judgment […]

Summer 2016 – Volume 9 – Issue 1

Catalogue no.: QM-AZ-19-018-EN-N Download full issue pdf   Editorial Exit By: Elias Deutscher Download pdf   New Voices Recognition in Italy of Same-Sex Marriages Celebrated Abroad: The Importance of a Bottom-Up Approach By: Simone Marinai This paper aims to challenge the traditional concept of marriage, as union between persons of opposite-sex, which until now has underlain […]

Winter 2015 – Volume 8 – Issue 2

Catalogue no.: QM-AZ-19-017-EN-N Download full issue pdf   Editorial Meet the Time as It Seeks Us By: Elias Deutscher Download pdf   New Voices Challenging the Notion of Coherence in EU Foreign Investment Policy By: Hannes Lenk There have long been demands for more coherence in EU external action. The Lisbon Treaty has introduced important institutional […]