The International Law Review is an open-source scientific publication which aims to publish, exclusively in electronic format, articles, studies, comments, etc. written in English by Romanian and foreign authors, regarding Romanian and foreign legal doctrine and the case law of national and European courts (the Court of Justice of the European Union, the European Union Court, and the European Court of Human Rights).
The journal Law Review will include columns such as: “Studies, Discussions, Comments”; “Comparative Law. European Union Law. International Law”; “Doctrine – Foreign Authors”; “Romanian and Foreign Case Law” a.o.
The editorial team kindly asks Romanian and foreign authors to comply with our requirements regarding the structure of articles, which should include a summary, keywords, an introduction, sections with individual titles, conclusions, and, if applicable, de lege ferenda proposals, and, at the end, the section „references” which should include, listed alphabetically, the works employed by the authors in drafting their article, as well as other works, which were not necessarily employed in the article, but are related to the topic in question.
Doctrină: autori români şi străini
European Union Law
UE Law and Comparative Law
Ability To Administer Justice By The Supervisor Of Credit Institutions (European Central Bank And Bank Of Spain) Regarding The Application Of The Penalty System For Improper Operations Of Banks When Practicing The Functions They Are Allowed To
The influence of human rights on law
Migration and the law