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Croatian Yearbook of European Law and Policy is a result of the extended engagement of Croatian and international scholars in a joint effort to advance graduate and postgraduate education and law research in the field of European Law, to develop European and regional academic networking, to create professional opportunities for law academics, and to promote academic reflection on European Law and European values.
The Yearbook is closely linked to the University's Jean Monnet Chair of European Public Law and a circle of international partners who are cooperating on a number of European projects in the field of European studies. The academic networking of scholars from such distant reaches of Europe as Norway and Romania, to mention just these examples, has been recognised by a number of institutional sponsors who have made this volume possible. The European Commission’s Jean Monnet Action sparked a series of events of emerging academic excellence that have fed the present publication and will continue to do so in the future. The Dubrovnik seminar on Advanced Issues of European Law and the accompanying research conference are outstanding examples of such events.
The Yearbook will rely on a wide spectrum of academic activities. It is intended to be an academic forum of emerging European scholarship in the region and to create free academic exchange among scholars from the current Member States and the member states to be.
The specific angle of the Yearbook aims to be critical, realistic, multidisciplinary and regional. The editors recognise that significant answers to legal questions can be found only in a wider political, economic and social context. It is our intention to move away from the textual-formalist reading of law rooted in post-communist legal systems and beyond. It is also our intention to emphasise the policy contents of legal rules and the social function that law performs in democratic pluralistic societies.
The editors welcome contributions on a wide range of European topics. Those with a specific regional perspective on the law and policy of the European Union, its Member States and future member states will be particularly appreciated.
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