This issue of Access to Justice in Eastern Europe is related to various aspects of the development of contemporary legal doctrine. Since the UN announced sustainable development goals, more and more studies are focusing on how we can achieve them and the most effective ways to do so. No one can deny that every person seeks and deserves justice. So the question is, how can we guarantee equal justice for all in a world with so many cases? So far, the attention has been focused on area-specific rather than general approaches. Not surprisingly, in this issue, interesting studies on various aspects of justice development may be found – constitutional justice, criminal justice, digital justice, and even environmental justice, which attracts special attentionfrom our authors.
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Kondratova I, Korotenko T ‘Towards Modern Challenges in Financing the Judiciary: Between Independence and Autonomy’ (2020) 2/3 (7) Access to Justice in Eastern Europe 134-147.
Kuibida R, ‘Constitutional Court Strikes the Anti-Corruption System in Ukraine’ (2020) 4 (8)Access to Justice in Eastern Europe283.