The Italian Law Journal | ItaLJ

The aim of  The Italian Law Journal is to spread the study and to promote the criticism of Italian legal culture, fostering international academic debate among scholars of different traditions, particularly with regard to private law.
The journal focuses on themes of legal theory, European law, comparative and international law, in order to reconsider the constitutional identity of Italian law and its institutions. It aims to disseminate knowledge and enhance awareness of the Italian legal heritage throughout the international community.

Current and past issues are available for free at www.theitalianlawjournal.itItaLJ is also on HeinOnline, the world’s largest legal database containing more than 27 million digital pages.

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