Jus Internationale et Europaeum
Edited by Thilo Marauhn and Christian Walter
The impact of international and European law on national legal systems is increasing constantly. This development presents an immense challenge, since what is involved is no longer the mere enforcement of international and European legal standards, but also the incorporation of the necessary adjustments into the national legal systems. Apart from the practical difficulties often involved, theories have yet to be developed for this procedure, something still very much at the beginning in public law, which continues to have an ambivalent attitude to international and European law. The goal pursued by the Jus Internationale et Europaeum series is to make a contribution to the theoretical and dogmatic penetration of public law by internationalization and Europeanization and to offer solutions for the practical problems resulting from this. This series accepts habilitations, outstanding dissertations and comparable monographs which deal with legal issues at the interface between national public law and international law or with subjects pertaining to genuine international or European law. A special focus is on works which bridge the gap between fundamental questions and the practical application of the law.
Daniela Taudt, LL.M. Eur.
Program Director Public Law, International and European Law, and Fundamentals of Law
ISSN: 1861-1893 / eISSN: 2568-8464 - Suggested citation: JusIntEu