International Comparative Jurisprudence

Aim. International Comparative Jurisprudence (ICJ) is designed to disseminate original multidisciplinary ideas to the broad audience of scholars and practitioners. The ICJ focuses on theoretical and practical approaches to the wide range of political, legislative, social, economic, and other issues of law. It emphasizes the comparative analysis of international jurisprudence as well as the international aspects of national law of countries across the world.

Scope of publication. Original research papers in various fields of law (Legal Philosophy and Theory, Comparative Law, Legal History, Constitutional Law, International Private Law and International Public Law, European Union Law, Civil Law, Administrative Law, Criminal Law, Bio Law, Criminology, Legal Informatics etc.)

Publishing regularity. Journal publishes 2 issues per year. One issue is published in June and one in December, with a set of minimum 6 and maximum 10 articles per issue. As well, under the decision of the Editorial Board special issues may be published.

Peer review. Submitted articles are reviewed by applying the double-blind method (the identities of the author(s) and reviewers are kept unknown). Each article is appointed at least two referees (scientists with a degree in the relevant field).

Indexation. The academic journal International Comparative Jurisprudence is included in the Heinonline, EBSCO Publishing, Inc., DOAJ, C.E.E.O.L. international databases.

This is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.


Vol 6, No 1 (2020): International Comparative Jurisprudence

Table of Contents

Articles

Arletta Gorecka
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1-8
Malkhaz Nakashidze, Davit Sirabidze
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9-27
Ingrida Steponavičienė
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28-45
Piia Kalamees, Karin Sein
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46-61
Gediminas Bučiūnas
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62-69
Irene Kull, Kadri Vider, Tõnis Mets, Aleksei Kelli
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70-83
Kateryna Manetska, Olena Levchyshyna
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84-94
Maris Vutt
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95-107