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South Eastern Europe and the European Union – Legal Aspects

 

The publication “South Eastern Europe and the European Union – Legal Aspects” is the first volume of the series of papers of the SEE | EU Cluster of Excellence in European and International Law. The series is a compilation of articles from authors of different partner law faculties in Germany and South Eastern Europe. This collection of papers can serve as a forum for academic staff and young academics of the partner faculties in the SEE | EU Cluster of Excellence in EU and International Law project, to publish their research results on relevant questions in European and International Law. In addition to the traditional areas of law, specific areas of interest include: the integration of SEE countries in the European Union, issues of legal reform and implementation of the aquis communautaire, best practices in legal reform and approximation of legislation in the region of South Eastern Europe and the EU. The series will be published on a yearly basis and is peer-reviewed by the Editorial Board.

 

This first publication is consisted of the following articles written by the following authors:

  • The Enlargement of the Western Balkan Countries in the European Union: A Comparison with the Accession Criteria for Eastern European Countries
    Lect. Fjoralba Caka, Faculty of Law, University of Tirana
  • Neither Asylum Seekers nor Refugees? What is the Legal Status of Persons who are likely to be Refugees but who do not apply for Asylum in the “Transit” Country? – Focus on Serbia
    Asst. Prof. Dr. Bojana Čučković, Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade
  • Sale of Consumer Goods under Albanian Legislation – The Influence of European Regulations and further Challenges
    Asst. Prof. Dr. Nada Dollani, Faculty of Law, University of Tirana
  • Internationalization of the International Law, Europeanization of National Judiciaries, and Rule of Law: A need for Re-Conceptualization of the Judicial Function in Southeast Europe?
    Prof. Dr. Sašo Georgievski, Iustinianus Primus Faculty of Law, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje
  • Rights of Establishment: Serbian Company Law
    Prof. Dr. Tatjana Jevremović Petrović, Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade
  • Potential Jurisdictional Bases for Bringing Corporate-Related Human Rights Abuse Cases before Croatian Courts
    Asst. Prof. Dr. Ivana Kunda & Prof. Dr. Eduard Kunštek, Faculty of Law, University of Rijeka
  • How long before a Bundle of Treaties becomes Sovereign? A Legal Perspective on the Choices before the EU
    Asst. Prof. Dr. Maja Lukić, Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade
  • Relationship between International, European and the Albanian Environmental Legislation
    Lect. Dr. Erjon Muharremaj & Prof. Dr. Oriona Mucollari, Faculty of Law, University of Tirana
  • How to Protect Trade Secrets: Fitting the Legal Framework of the Intellectual Property Law
    Ana Pepeljugoska, LL.M., PhD Candidate, Iustinianus Primus Faculty of Law, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Attorney at law
  • Consumer Protection in Enforcement Proceedings in Light of the Recent CJEU Case Law
    Dr. Paula Poretti, Senior Teaching and Research Assistant, Faculty of Law in Osijek, Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek
  • Some Aspects on the Legal Treatment of the ECHR in Albanian Legislation
    Lect. Dr. Nadia Rusi, Faculty of Law, University of Tirana
  • The Importance of Comparative Studies for the Process of the Approximation of Legislation to the EU Law
    Prof. Dr. Altin Shegani Faculty of Law, University of Tirana

 

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SEE and EU - Legal Aspects