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In articles written by well-known authors, the JuristenZeitung deals with fundamental issues and current developments in the law and in legal practice.
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Analysis: Closing Words
Analysis: Conference Report
Dominic Merk, Matthias Veicht
»Enforcing Consumer and Capital Market Law in Europe« – Rechtsschutz und Rechtsdurchsetzung im Dieselskandal
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Entscheidungen: Bürgerliches Recht
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Der Juristenzeitung zu ihrem siebzigsten Geburtstag
Siebzig Jahre deutsche Rechtsgeschichte im Spiegel der Juristenzeitung
Mit dem Ende des Jahres 2015 hat die JZ ihren 70. Jahrgang vollendet. Dies soll Anlass für eine Rückschau sein: Wie spiegeln sich Rechtswissenschaft, Rechtspolitik und Rechtspraxis in den Beiträgen, die während der letzten sieben Jahrzehnte deutscher Geschichte in einer allgemeinen, nicht auf ein Teilgebiet spezialisierten juristischen Zeitschrift abgedruckt worden sind?