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Acta Iuridica Olomucensia
Acta Iuridica Olomucensia

Publishing House: Právnická fakulta Univerzity Palackého v Olomouci
Subject(s): Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence
Frequency: 2 issues
ISSN: 1801-0288
Status: Active

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Short Description

Acta Iuridica Olomucensia (AIO) is an expert peer-reviewed legal journal issued by the Faculty of Law, Palacký University in Olomouc, Czech Republic. Journal's mission is to contribute to the deepening of professional discourse in the field of legal theory and offer solutions to all problematic issues arising from legal practice. AIO is multidisciplinal legal journal covering issues of all legal disciplines and problems of all legal professions. The aim of editors that respects the pluralism of opinions is to create open space for the presentation of the outputs of scientific research of the authors regardless of frontiers and regardless the particularities of national legal systems. Therefore AIO is issued as a multilingual journal and accepts and publishes contributions in Czech, Slovak and English language. The journal is commonly structured into the following sections: Global Law Series: In this section we will publish the works from all disciplines of law from authors representing different legal systems and approaches. Only works in English language will be included. We will publish a scholarly work based on original research activity of author or team of authors, which is internally divided (hypothesis - an analysis of issue - conclusions), reflects the current state of scientific knowledge and research outcomes in the particular field and relevant literature in this field. The work is supplemented by footnotes and contains the usual number of citations. The usual extent of scientific article is from 18.000 to 54.000 characters (10-30 pages). Abstract and list of keywords is required mandatorily. Research articles: This is a scholarly work written in Czech or Slovak language based on original research activity of author or team of authors, which is internally divided (hypothesis - an analysis of issue - conclusions), reflects the current state of scientific knowledge and research outcomes in the particular field and relevant literature in this field. The work is supplemented by footnotes and contains the usual number of citations. The usual extent of scientific article is from 18.000 to 54.000 characters (10-30 pages). Abstract and list of keywords in language of article and in English is required mandatorily. Discussion, opinions and commentaries: This is an original scientific paper presenting the individual view of author or team of authors on selected issues of legal theory or practice. This text is also internally structured, adequately reflects the views of doctrine and is usually accompanied by footnotes. The usual extent is from 3600 to 18.000 characters (2-10 pages). Reviews and Annotations: This section contains reviews of publications of Czech, Slovak and foreign experts representing individual evaluation of professional quality, originality and impact of the reviewed publication on the discourse in the particular legal field. The usual extent is from 1.800 and 10.000 characters (1-6 pages).