The key purpose of the European Journal of Law Reform is to respond to growing demand among scholars, legislators and practitioners of law in the private and public sectors for a forum for authoritative views on law reform in Europe and the World.
Editor-in-Chief Prof. Dr. Frank Emmert, LL.M., FCIArb, John S. Grimes Professor of Law and Director of the Center for International and Comparative Law, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law.
Editorial Board Professor Dr. Katharina Boele-Woelki, Professor Emerita of Comparative Law and Former President of Bucerius Law School, Hamburg; Professor Dr. Carmen Draghici, Professor at The City Law School, City, University of London, Senior Fellow of the UK’s Higher Education Academy and Honorary Member of the Inner Temple; Professor Dr. Frank Emmert, LL.M., FCIArb, John S. Grimes Professor of Law and Director of the Center for International and Comparative Law at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law - Indianapolis; Professor Dr. Christiana Fountoulakis, Full Professor at Fribourg University Law School, Director of the Institute of Business Law, Head of Department of Private Law and Member of the Swiss Research Council; Professor Dr. Csongor István Nagy, Head of the Department of Private Law at the University of Szeged and research professor at the Center for Social Sciences of the Eötvös Loránd Research Network.
Aims The European Journal of Law Reform is a peer-reviewed journal and aims to contribute to thinking and debate in its areas of concern by providing a platform for thought-provoking articles of a comparative and progressive nature. The term ‘European’ in the Journal’s title both highlights and draws on Europe’s main assets - its intellectual traditions and its diversity. These are reflected in the creative contributions to theory and practice of law from a worldwide authorship representing various schools of thought. While it is the ‘European’ Journal of Law Reform in this sense, it should not be misunderstood as the ‘Journal of European Law Reform.’
The European Journal of Law Reform is published with financial support from the Swiss Academy of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Stiftung zur Förderung der rechtlichen und wirtschaftlichen Forschung an der Universität Basel. Logistic support is generously provided by the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies at the University of London and by Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law - Indianapolis. The European Journal of Law Reform is indexed/abstracted in Political Science and Government Abstracts.
Open Access Policy Six months after publication of the article, the author is free to provide open access to the final pdf of their work. For more information, visit www.elevenpub.com/en/open-access.
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EJLR Author Stylesheet
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