European Law Journal

(ISSN 1468-0386)

Aims and Scope

The European Law Journal stands for the advancement of research on European integration through law in its multifaceted context, be it political, economic, historical, philosophical, social or cultural. It relies on a post-critical approach which aims to shed an original light on some puzzling issues while also providing an innovative conceptual framework in which to rethink problems and find new solutions.

In order to adapt to the challenges of the 21st century, the European Law Journal aims to push further the contextualisation of EU law in space: taking stock of globalisation, tectonic geopolitical shifts and interconnections between international, European and national legal orders; in time: tackling topical issues, from e.g. climate change or migration to the digital revolution; and in methodology: enhancing interdisciplinarity and openness towards other professionals involved in shaping the European Union of tomorrow with due respect for everyone’s unique standpoint and original perspective.

In sum, the ELJ aims to build bridges to create unity in diversity reflecting and strengthening the heart of European integration.

The European Law Journal is essential reading for scholars, policy-makers and practitioners who would like to deepen their understanding of contemporary European legal issues through cutting-edge, thought-provoking and conceptually-original analyses.


European Union law, the law of the European Convention of Human Rights, transnational law, comparative European law, the law of regional integration, post-critical law-in-context approach, interdisciplinarity

Abstracting and Indexing Information

ABI/INFORM Collection (ProQuest)

Academic Search (EBSCO Publishing)

Academic Search Alumni Edition (EBSCO Publishing)

Academic Search Elite (EBSCO Publishing)

Academic Search Premier (EBSCO Publishing)

Business Premium Collection (ProQuest)

Criminal Justice Collection (GALE Cengage)

Index to Legal Periodicals & Books (EBSCO Publishing)

International Political Science Abstracts (IPSA)

Journal Citation Reports/Social Science Edition (Clarivate Analytics)

Legal Collection (EBSCO Publishing)

Proquest Business Collection (ProQuest)

ProQuest Central (ProQuest)

ProQuest Politics Collection (ProQuest)

ProQuest Sociology Collection (ProQuest)

SCOPUS (Elsevier)

Social Science Premium Collection (ProQuest)

Social Sciences Citation Index (Clarivate Analytics)


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