Aim and Scope
The Vienna Journal on International Constitutional Law is dedicated to the advancement of legal knowledge in the field of International Constitutional Law. Advised by a body of distinguished referees the Journal features high-standard contributions by scholars and legal professionals from around the globe.
The quarterly released Journal covers a wide range of subjects including in particular European Constitutional Law, Public International Law, the Constitutionalization of International Law, the Internationalization of Constitutional Law, the Migration of Constitutional Ideas, Legal Theory, and Comparative Constitutional Law.
By linking these select perspectives the Journal endorses an approach towards a coherent understanding of International Constitutional Law, thus preparing the ground for novel answers to the challenges of a changing global legal framework.
The Journal addresses the global scientific community, scholars and researchers in various disciplines working in the field of International Constitutional Law. Moreover, the Journal provides information on comparative constitutional developments relevant to practitioners as well as academics, particularly by monitoring select case law of the Austrian Constitutional Court and other CEE High Courts.