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SEE Law Journal Call for Papers 10 – July 2020

The South East European Law School Network is glad to announce the Call for Papers for the new edition of the SEE Law Journal.

The South East European Law Journal (SEE Law Journal) is a scientific English language journal of the South East European Law School Network (SEELS). The SEE Law Journal publishes high-quality original, double peer-reviewed scientific, review and professional articles focusing on relevant questions of regional, European and international integration of SEE countries, issues of legal reform and approximation with the acquis communitaire, best practices, in legal reform and unification of the legislation in the region of South East Europe and the EU.

Following the successful implementation of the Strengthening the Legal Studies in SEE project in which frames the SEE Law Journal was published from 2016 to 2019, the journal is now being published by the SEELS network solely. With its enhanced and modified editorial policy, that features several novelties, among which the participation of the practitioners with their own contribution, as well as the participation of interested applicants coming from the faculties outside our network, we expect that the interest for our publication will be significantly increased. It is our plan to publish 2 Calls for Papers per year, and produce 2 issues of the journal on yearly bases. All of the publications have valid ISSN number, and for the time being are being published in e-format solely.

In that sense, we cordially invite you to submit your contributions for the SEE Law Journal. The SEE Law Journal is open for submission of articles prepared by at least one academic staff member and junior researchers (PhD students) of the SEELS members, but it is also opened for PhD theses produced by one author. The authorship is restricted to maximum three co-authors per article. Papers should be focusing on the relevant EU Law topics or be elaborating on the EU Law topics in relation to the national legislations of the authors.

For further instructions please see the Guidelines for Authors available on the projects site or accompanying this document. Papers should be submitted in English language via the projects web platform www.seelawjournal.org. Please note that you need to be registered on our web platform in order to be able to submit your paper. In case you have need any additional need for information please contact us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The submission deadline for this edition is 20m of September 2020.

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SEELS aims to further harmonise curricula across the SEE region and to organise and offer additional postgraduate and doctoral courses as well as summer schools. At the same time SEELS also supports the exchange of lecturers and students among the participating law schools and invites leading international academics and practitioners to South Eastern Europe. Besides, SEELS designs programmes of executive training for different legal professions.


SEELS facilitates intensified academic legal research in the region by connecting leading academics in the fields of common interest and organises joint conferences, research programs  and forums. Thereby, the academics of the region are linked with their counterparts from the leading European or other international law schools and research institutes.


SEELS provides quality and easy accessible regional publications on relevant legal topics, publishes proceedings, analyses, findings and research papers from organised legal research forums and other events. SEELS also publishes the SEE Law Journal which is the first regional law journal in English language in South East Europe. It offers legal researchers and practitioners a discursive space for scholarly exchange on the issues of legal reform and harmonisation on the domestic level in direct relation with questions regarding regional cooperation as well as European integration.