Law Review International Journal of Law and Jurisprudence Online Semiannually Publication published by Union of Jurists of Romania and Universul Juridic Publishing House e-ISSN 2246-9435
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The journal Law Review aims to publish, in electronic form only, articles, studies, comments, etc. drafted in English by Romanian and foreign authors, that of a Romanian and foreign legal doctrine publication, which promotes 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.

 

 

 

Volume VI, special issue, posted at 20th of December 2016

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Summary

Assesment of judicial capacity

The impact of moral (psychological) harassment at work on romanian workers’ right to dignity and integrity

Isabela Delia POPA

Radu Razvan POPESCU

The legal transaction – an efficient solution for dispute settlement

Vlad Dan OANEA

Promoting and protecting employees’ rights and the employer obligations in the domain of work relations provided in special laws

Graţian URECHIATU-BURIAN

 

The influence of human rights on law

The legal, political and economic implications of the brexit

Anca Ioana IANCU

Gheorghe IANCU

Business responsibility in respecting, protecting and promoting human rights

Alvera COJOCARESCU

The right to education - a sine qua non condition in the training of respect for the Law

Candidate Elena Roxana VISAN

Gender mainstreaming and work-life balance

Isabela Delia POPA

Valentina Lidia LUPU

Added value of the eu charter of fundamental rights to other human rights instruments

Marcela Monica STOICA

 

Migration and the law

Considerations on the Legal nature and validity of the eu-turkey refugee deal

Constanta MATUSESCU

Fundamental rights and freedoms, a possible triggering factor of rethinking the Law in the context of new migration crisis in Europe

Ioana Cristina VIda

Current challenges of migration on national and European level

Adrian BULGARU

Aspects of the protection of migrant children’s rights in the European Union Law

Irina MOROIANU ZLATESCU

Free access to non-litigations procedures for asylum seekers

Ioan ZONGA

Legal protection of refugees in public international Law

Petru Emanuel ZLATESCU

Relocation of asylum – seekers in the European Union

Alexandra BUCUR

Analysis of legislative changes concerning the registration of immigrants in Germany

Associated Professor Ph.D. Madalina COCOSATU

 

Challenges in monitoring and evaluation of public administration

Receiving and solving public interest disclosures: legal nature and responsibilities in managing them

Emil BALAN

PhD. candidate Iuliana COSPANARU

The role and the importance of audience in the public institutions. Study case: the institution of prefect of bihor county

Claudia-Simona TIMOFTE

Perspectives for developing the civil services in Romania. Vision on the new development strategy

Drd. Paula NICOLESCU

The checks and balance of the State Branches in Romania. An administrative assessment

Mihaela V. CARAUSAN

 

Urbanism: perspectives and impediments

Brief considerations on urban politics from a conceptual approach

Sonia Andreea STOICA

Specific sanctions of European urban planning Law

Andrei DUTU-BUZURA

About three administrative procedure rules from a human rights perspective

Elena-Mihaela FODOR