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SEE Law Journal Web Platform is officially Online

As it was planned, the SEE Law Journal new web platform was officially placed online last week of August this year, and you can now visit it following this link: http://seelawjournal.org/.

The new webpage is divided in two major sections – public one which is accessible to all interested parties, and the restricted area which is more focused on our academic public.

The first section of the SEE LJ web page is planned to act as a classical portal informing on all issues related to SEE Law Journal and the Strengthening the EU Law Studies in SEE project itself, as well as an academic and legal practitioners forum on relevant legal issues.The goal of the second area of the web site is to acts as a platform which will connect all of the parties involved in the production of the journal.

In this manner we expect that we will speed up the overall production of the SEE Law Journal, and enable all of the participants in this complex process a smooth communication and exchange. We are confident that we have managed to produce such a tool which is useful, easy to use, monitor and easy to access. Its full functionality will be seen once we start to use it in the actual production of the SEE Law Journal, but the dedicated work, the tests and focus we have placed in its construction, give us reason to believe it will be successful. The visual identity of the web platform and the related materials follows the one of the SEELS in order to make it more recognizable to our public.

At the moment, the content posted on the platform depicts the early stages of its existence, however we will enrich the web site with more materials in the upcoming days. In that sense, we are glad to announce that the calls for the new edition of the journal will be published soon, so we would like to invite all interested parties to visit us regularly.

The production of this web platform was conducted within the frames of the Strengthening the EU Law Studies in SEE project, which is implemented fully by the SEELS network and Centre for SEELS, with the financial support of the Erasmus + Jean Monnet Activities program.