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Vol. 33 No. 47 (2024): Journal of Legal Studies
Published: 2024-05-15


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The aim of Journal of Legal Studies is to publish quality articles and insightful research ideas in all fields of Law domain having a rigorous methodological aspects and soundness of research outcomes. The Editorial Board is oriented towards a comprehensive, extensive and more accurate original contribution in the Law domain with the final objective to promote a high standards of research outcomes in the light of the latest legal sciences agenda. The complex phenomenon and manifestation of the law in the context of globalization has led the Editorial Board to promote also aspects of transdisciplinary, interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary aspects also with some important domains as: economics, finance, IT, medicine or psychology. It is important to promote in the law sciences also the usage of statistical techniques which will lead to the increasing of the quality of the article are a more empirical structure of the research outcomes. The scope of the Journal is to promote a high degree of innovation in Law domain by providing articles which will have a high degree of impact and importance both for the doctrine and academics, and also for Law practicians with the understanding of modern research methods usage in the social sciences.

In 2001, within the Faculty of Legal Sciences of "Vasile Goldiș" 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 Goldiș" 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.

Journal of Legal Studies niche and specific contribution to the international legal literature

The Journal of Legal Study niche regards the study of international law and comparative law. This is a very important issue tackled by the Editorial Board to connect the legal systems at the European and international levels. The Editorial Board follows studies with international and European law aspects and features for a more comprehensive enactment of the legal systems worldwide. Moreover, the Journal of Legal Studies supports comparative aspects of law both on national and international agendas. This is a very important aspect due to the need to make intercountry comparisons of the legal systems. The contribution of the Journal of Legal Study to the international literature is focused on providing insightful and interesting theoretical and empirical studies with a direct impact on academic, practical, and doctrinal issues of all law areas.


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