SEE Law Journal
SEE Law Journal
The SEE Law Journal is an English language journal of the South East European Law School Network (SEELS). It offers legal researchers and practitioners a discursive space for scholarly exchange on the issues of legal reform and harmonization on the domestic level in direct relation with questions regarding regional cooperation as well as European integration. In an unprecedented way, the ambitious project for the SEE Law Journal as regards its scope and content, the SEE Law Journal makes available to a global audience a unique, namely South East European perspective on the vibrantly evolving regional systems, traditions and innovations of law in the region in the context of historical, economic and political‐legal transformation. As such, the SEE Law Journal provides for a highly valuable, transnational platform to bring together scholars and academics to engage in thought exchange regarding the challenges and possibilities arising from the unique historical and geographical context.
The SEE Law Journal publishes high‐quality original scholarship, including scholarship previously published in languages of the region, as well as other materials that contribute to the knowledge transfer and exchange of best practices with regard to public and private law, EU law, legal education and the legal profession.
We cordially invite you to submit your contributions for the next edition of the SEE Law Journal which is open for submission of articles prepared by at least one academic staff member and junior researchers (PhD students) of the SEELS members. The authorship is restricted to maximum three co-authors per article. Guidelines for authors can be found here.
The articles published in the SEELaw Journal can be downloaded free of charge here:
SEE Law Journal / Volume 1 / Number 1 / January 2014
1. Biomedical assisted fertilization in Macedonia, Serbia and Croatia: Ethical and legal aspects – by Dejan Micković and Angel Ristov
2. Electoral systems in Europe and the case of Albania – by Iris Petrela
3. European enforcement order for uncontested claims - new challenge for the Macedonian civil procedural law – by Dijana Gorgieva and Zorica Stoileva
4. Organization of administrative-legal protection of the citizens of the Republic of Macedonia by Nataša Pelivanova and Mirjana Ristovska
6. Towards broader use of electronic bills of lading in international transport of goods – by Vladimir Savković
SEE Law Journal / Volume 1 / Number 2 / November 2014
2. The Problem of Euthanasia in the Balkan Countries with Particular Reference to the Macedonian Criminal Legislation – by Nada Doneva and Aleksandra Angelovska
3. The EU Origin of the Albanian Legal Regime on Product Liability – by Nada Dollani
4. Assessment of Damage and Recourse Actions in 1971 Hague Convention, Rome II Regulation and Bosnian PIL Act: What is Wrong with Respective Case-Law in Bosnia and Hercegovina? – by Jasmina Alihodžić and Anita Duraković
5. Fighting Hard-core Cartels in Albania: Analysis of Key Cases – by Petrina Broka