It is our great pleasure to inform that our unique scientific periodical - the SEE Law Journal, is as of recently, officially registered on HeinOnline database. All of our issues are available for use on this fine academic tool, as will be the case with the issues that will be published in the upcoming period. In this manner our journal will reach vider academic audience and we believe will increase its visibility.
Please find more information on the terms and conditions for submission of papers within the Guidance for Authors enclosed within the Call. Should you have any additional question please contact us.
We are glad to announce the new Call for Papers for SEE Law Journal that is now open.
Having published the Special Edition of SEE LJ (available online for free use, available here
we are glad to invite all interested academics to participate in this Call for Papers for the
new edition of the Journal is now active.
This upcoming is a standard edition which will have no specific thematic focus. This Call is
open till the end of the month - 30 of June 2021. All papers should be submitted in English
(*Please note that we are currently working on the migration of our websites and their upgrade, and
improvement of their functionalities, hence this method of submission).
We are glad to present the latest of our publications that was recently published - Special Edition of the SEE Law Journal.
This Special Edition of the SEE Law Journal is somewhat unique in its own right as it is the first issue that focuses on one very specific topic, the cross-border enforcement in South East Europe and is the first one that has competitive component. It is a product of the joint effort and partnership of the SEELS Network, Deutsche Gesellschaft fürm Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Open Regional Fund for South East Europe-Legal Reform and the International Union of Judicial Officers (UIHJ).
This publication comes as a result of the research of the academics and practitioners from the SEE region, that submitted their papers at the latest Call which we have published as one of the activities that were undertaken in the “Cross-border enforcement of judgments in South East Europe” project.
The researches came from different countries of the SEE region, and in cases worked in bigger teams providing for a more complex overview of the topic in a comparative study concerning their countries, while others worked in teams of two coming from same country or individually. As it was mentioned, the authors that contributed with their papers to this particular Call for Papers, entered in the competition which resulted with a selection of the best 3 papers. The ones which were awarded are:
- The indirect jurisdiction of the 2019 Hague Convention on recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in civil and commercial matters – Is the “heart” of the Convention in the right place?
- Private Enforcement of Competition Law - Albanian challenges in the reflection of EU requirements.
- Salary enforcement in the Western Balkans
The publication is available under this link: http://www.seelawschool.org/images/seels-pdf/8_SEE_LJ_2021_special_edition_R3_fin.pdf