partly consisting of young academics’ essays;
We are happy to introduce the new journal Access to Justice in Eastern Europe (AJEE). The main purpose of AJEE is to offer a forum for discussion of topical issues of Judiciary and Civil Procedure reforms for sharing of research results related to access to justice developments in East European countries including Ukraine, Poland, Lithuania and others. The key areas have been chosen due to special mixed features of post-social legal doctrine’s legacy and Western influence, as well as the legislative approximation to the EU law.
We are open to submission of Researching Articles, especially young academics’ essays; Supreme Courts and ECHR Practice overviews; Book Reviews; ICA Practices and Novelties; as well as conference announcements.
Our Editorial Board consists of very well-known scholars from all over Europe (Poland and Lithuania, Croatia, the Netherlands, Germany, Austria and other states).
Among the Members of Advisory Board are the representatives of Law Faculty, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine, supporting our project greatly.
Managing Editors are responsible for the editing issues and two assistant editors help you to find the best way to work with us during all the publication process.
which means that both the reviewer and author identities are concealed throughout the review process.
which means fair, open and independent publishing process.
to support authors to publish the best papers world-wide!
The Teaching and Training Course «Civil Procedure and ADR: Sharing Best European Practices» supported by EU Pravo Justice and EELRC
Sharing Best European Practices in ADR Development. Submit your papers till June 30
To keep in touch with us, please,
complete the registration form and get our latest news
To get the print issue of AJEE,
please, contact our publishing house Dakor
For further cooperation, please, visit the web site of our partner
East European Law Research Centre