Hungarian Journal of Legal Studies 2022/4

  • Marina Bán, Boldizsár Szentgáli-Tóth: Introduction to the thematic section „current Hungarian memory policies in a broader context” (313)
  • Marina Bán: The governance of history via law: An overview (315)
  • Anna Gera, Boldizsár Szentgáli-Tóth: The parliamentary margin of movement for strengthening the role of historical dimensions in interpretation and law-making: The case of Hungary (329)
  • Mónika Ganczer: The impact of historical traditions on the regulation and practice of the preferential naturalization of Hungarians living outside the borders (352)
  • Le Thuc Linh Bui, László Pribula: Using Fintech to protect the strict compliance principle in letter-of-credit law (374)
  • Lenka Dušková, Jan Holas: The role of judges at the pre-mediation stage of court-annexed mediation: A case study of the situation in the Czech Republic (399)
  • András L. Pap: Business and human rights, free speech, surveillance, and illiberalism: Contextualizing academic freedom as a constitutional right and an emerging freedom under international law (416)
  • István Lakatos: A critical evaluation of the work of the UN Human Rights Council, or taking stock of fifteen years without illusions (440)

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Hungarian Journal of Legal Studies 2020/2

Acta Juridica Hungarica

  • Nóra Chronowski: Introduction (135)
  • Nóra Chronowski: The post-2010 ‘Democratic Rule of Law’ practice of the Hungarian Constitutional Court under a rule by law governance (136)
  • Alexander Balthasar: The Austrian path to the constitution of 1 May 1934 – An application of the paradigm of ‘Militant Democracy’ just avant la lettre!? (159)
  • Boldizsár Szentgáli-Tóth: Qualified laws as actors of the separation of powers (210)
  • Monika Kawczynska: Combating the constitutional crisis in Poland – Can the European Union provide an effective remedy? (229)

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