The year 2013 marks a new beginning in the Journal’s development. For the past six years the Journal has been published independently from any publishing house. Starting with this issue (volume seven of the Journal) we are happy to announce having established a cooperation with “Verlag Österreich”, thus being able to offer a print version to our readers while still providing many pieces on an open access basis as well as full online access to our subscribers on our new website.
The Journal will continue to provide a scientific forum for critical discussion on topics of International Constitutional Law, featuring contributions by scholars and legal professionals from around the globe addressing recent developments in National Constitutional Orders and in Public International Law as well as questions in the field of Legal Theory. Furthermore, our quarterly released publication will continue to keep track of constitutional developments in CEE and beyond, particularly by assessing select case law of National High Courts.
Of course, we hope to further receive many high-standard submissions, covering the multitude of questions arising in those fields, and of course, that our readers will extend the benevolence they have shown in the past by continuing to accompany the Journal’s efforts (for subscriptions please use our new webshop) and to keep informing us whenever they think that we have done well or could do better.
On behalf of the Editorial Board,
Christoph Bezemek, Harald Eberhard, Claudia Fuchs