Italian Journal of Public Law
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From the journal description:
The Italian Journal of Public Law IJPL was established in 2009 by a small group of scholars based in several Italian universities, with the encouragement and support of scholars from other countries.
IJPL has the ambition to serve as a bridge between the Italian and other legal cultures and therefore encourages the submission of studies, comments and review articles from lawyers and social scientists from all over the world.
IJPL is interested in publishing pieces in all areas of public law, especially with regard to administrative and constitutional law. Both comparative and theoretical approaches are particularly welcomed.
The latest issue of the “German Law Journal” has an article about this journal , which includes links to other online Italian legal journals.
Giancinto della Cananea. On Bridging Legal cultures: The Italian Journal of Public Law.
11 German Law Journal 1281 (November 2010).