Tax Law, Commercial Law, Public Law, Criminal Law, Civil Law, European Law, Family Law, International Law.
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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