We are glad to announce that the first Editorial Board meeting of the SEE Law Journal which is being implemented within the frames of the project “Strengthening the EU Law Studies in South East Europe” is going to be held from 19 to 21 of February at the Faculty of Law “Iustinianus I” in Skopje.The goal of the meeting is to rethink the existing and define new editorial policy of the SEE Law Journal that would make it even more accessible to both its potential contributors and readers.
The project “Strengthening the EU Law Studies in South East Europe” is co-funded by the Erasmus + Jean Monnet Associations Programme of the European Union and is being implemented from September 2016. The project is envisaged to be implemented in 3 years’ time period and will last till August 2019 be implemented by the SEELS.
The project encloses creation of a multi-functional web platform which will allow easy access to information about current EU Law developments and it will also be a tool for automatization of the production of the SEE LJ. Additionally the project will provide adequate training for the participants included in the process via webinars and manuals. Four editions of the SEE LJ are planned to be issued in the lifespan of the project and 13 promotional events on EU Law studies will be held in all SEELS members faculties.
Constructed in this manner it is expected that the project will strengthen the capacities of the network as key competence centre for EU Law studies in the region as well the faculties’ capacity for EU legal studies, while increasing the visibility of SEELS and SEE LJ which is expected to become the main vehicle for the promotion of EU law affairs in South East Europe.