From the very beginning, our journal has aimed to publish national and international law related articles and jurisprudence analyses, to facilitate the understanding of the European institutional systems and their decisions, and to provide information about the European litigations and the major problems raised by our country’s integration. Our journal has collaborated with authors from various countries of the world, including notable contributions from Romanian professors, law practitioners, as well as MA and PhD students.
Our aim is not only to approach novelty in the classical domains but also to reveal the interdisciplinary relations between law disciplines and other domains (medical law, legal statistics, nutrition law, juridical management, public administration management, industrial relations, criminal business law, European taxation, etc.).
Our journal aims to become a forum for debates on theoretical issues, to become a support for law practitioners and to stimulate research on a regional, national and international level.