European Criminal Law Review (EuCLR)

Nasza kolekcja wydawnictw ciągłych powiększyła się w dniu wczorajszym o European Criminal Law Review (ISSN 2191-7442, EuCLR), czasopismo naukowe, które pojawiło się na rynku wydawniczym w zeszłym roku i jest poświęcone rozwojowi europejskiego prawa karnego i współpracy w sprawach karnych w państwach członkowskich Unii Europejskiej. Periodyk jest wydawany przez konsorcjum C.H.Beck, Nomos i Hart Publishing, strona wydawcy i dystrybutora tutaj, spisy treści natomiast dostępne w serwisie Ingentaconnect, dla abonentów oczywiście pełen dostęp do wersji elektronicznej.

Spisy treści zeszytów wydanych dotychczas:

EuCLR vol. 1 no. 1 June 2011: European Criminal Law Review (EuCLR) / Viviane Reding -- The Importance of Core Principles of Substantive Criminal Law for a European Criminal Policy Respecting Fundamental Rights and the Rule of Law / Maria Kaiafa-Gbandi -- The Principle of Proportionality and the Protection of Legal Interests / Martin Böse -- The Importance of the Principles of Subsidiarity and Coherence in the Development of EU Criminal Law / Petter Asp -- Mutual Recognition and its Implications for the Gathering of Evidence in Criminal proceedings: a Critical Analysis of the Initiative for a European Investigation Order / Frank Zimmermann, Sanja Glaser, Andreas Motz -- Conference Proceedings: Workshop on the 'Manifesto on European Criminal Policy', Madrid, 9th April 2010 / Marta Muñoz de Morales Romero -- The Manifesto on European Criminal Policy in 2011.

EuCLR vol. 1 no. 2 December 2011: Criminal Law Issues in the Case-law of the European Court of Justice: a General Overview / Vassilios Skouris -- A New Test for Mens Rea? Safeguarding Legal Certainty in a European Area of Freedom, Security and Justice / Sabine Gless -- The European Public Prosecutor's Office: How Should the Rules Applicable to its Procedure be Determined? / Katalin Ligeti -- The Development of EU Precautionary Criminalisation / Ester Herlin-Karnell -- The Characteristics of Nordic Criminal Law in the Setting of EU Criminal Law / Annika Suominen -- European Criminal Justice and Continental Criminal Law - A Critical Overview / Vico Valentini -- The Finish Supreme Court on "ne bis in idem" / Dan Helenius.

EuCLR vol. 1 no. 3 December 2011: EU Policy to Guarantee Procedural Rights in Criminal Proceedings: an Analysis of the First Steps and a Plea for a Holistic Approach / Taru Spronken -- Reform of French Police Custody and European Law / Jocelyne Leblois-Happe -- Driving Under the Influence of Psychoactive Substances in Europe and the Phenomenon of Driving Licence Tourism / Michael Krismann -- The Difficult Relationship Between Restraints to the Attorney-Client Privilege and Compliance with the Law by Companies. Commentary on the Judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union in the Akzo Nobel Chemicals and others vs. Commission case of 14th September, 2010 (case C-550/07) / Patricia Pérez Fernández -- The 'Qualities' of Criminal Law - Connected to National and European Law-making Procedures / Ciro Grandi --  The Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions: "Towards an EU Criminal Policy: Ensuring the effective implementation of EU policies through criminal law".

EuCLR vol. 2 no. 1 March 2012: The Principle of Mutual Recognition as a Utilitarian Solution, and the Way Forward / Anže Erbežnik -- Procedural Safeguards in the European Union: a Road well travelled? / Jodie Blackstock -- The European Arrest Warrant and Defence Rights / Daniel Mansell -- Initial Views of the Court of Justice on the European Arrest Warrant: Towards a Uniform Pan-European Interpretation? / Gaetano De Amicis -- Judicial Review of EU Acts Affecting Criminal Proceedings / Pascal Schonard -- The Parallel Between Non-removal of Asylum Seekers and Non-execution of a European Arrest Warrant on Human Rights Grounds: The CJEU Case of N. S. v. Secretary of State for the Home Department / Fenella Billing -- Developing Tendencies of Criminal Law and Criminal Procedural Law in Austria / Heidelinde Luef-Kölbl.

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