In 2001, within the Faculty of Legal Sciences of “Vasile Goldiş” Western University from Arad, a biannual legal journal, named “Studii Juridice” (Legas Studies) made its appearance, published at Cluj-Napoca, at the prestigious Cordial Lex Publishing House (ISSN. 1582-5442).

Today after a period absence of about seven years, the journal returns in force, continuing the scientific demarche began in 2001, under a new denomination - Journal of Legal Studies -, with a new format, under the guidance the Center of Studies and Research – European Dimensions of the Romanian Law (C.S.R.E.D.R.L.) within the Faculty of Legal Sciences of “Vasile Goldiş” Western University from Arad, with a new Editorial Board, a new Scientific Board and with prestigious national and international reviewers.

But we also thank all those whom supported and whom beared a hand to the comming-back of our journal, to the members of the Editorial Board, and especially to the prestigious members who accepted to be a part of Scientific Board of the Journal.



 

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