Tuesday, February 11, 2014

New Issue: European Journal of Legal Studies

The latest issue of the European Journal of Legal Studies (Vol. 6, no. 2, Autumn/Winter 2013/2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Federico Fabbrini, The Constitutionalization of International Law: A Comparative Federal Perspective
  • Ulf Linderfalk, The Functionality of Conceptual Terms in International Law and International Legal Discourse
  • Fabienne Quilleré-Majzoub, La Question de la Nature Juridique de l’Eau des Cours d’Eau Internationaux - Essai d’Épistémologie
  • Donatas Murauskas, Temporal Limitation by the Court of Justice of the EU: Dealing with the Consequences
  • Alberto Vega, Eurostat, Soft Law and the Measurement of Public Debt: The Case of Public-Private Partnerships
  • Jack Wright Nelson, On the Conceptual Origins of the Law of Unjustified Enrichment in the Draft Common Frame of Reference
  • Corri Longridge, In Defence of Defence Rights: The Need for Common Rules of Criminal Procedure in the European Union
  • Svetoslav Salkin, Rent Seeking with Asymmetric Players: An Application to Litigation Expenditures
  • Juan Alberto del Real Alcalá, The Controversies about Legal Indeterminacy and the Thesis of the ‘Norm as a Framework’ in Kelsen
  • Vaclav Janecek, Exemplary Damages: A Genuine Concept?