Veröffentlichungen zum Verfahrensrecht
Edited by Rolf Stürner
Publications on Procedural Law is a series containing outstanding dissertations and other monographs which deal with problems in procedural law. The concept of procedural law, which unifies the 100 volumes published in this series, is given a broad interpretation and is not limited to one branch of the law or one procedural form. As an example, in the field of civil procedure law there are studies of the procedure leading to a judgment and of enforcement proceedings, including insolvency law, and in the field of criminal procedure law the titles deal with aspects of the preliminary investigation and the main proceedings. Since the first volume was published in 1982, the subjects dealt with mirror the way in which the focal points of the discussion among scholars have shifted. In addition to works on basic issues of national procedural law, the number of comparative studies of procedural law and works on international procedural law has increased during the past few years, and there many signs of an increasing interest in arbitration law and alternative conflict resolution mechanisms. The Publications on Procedural Law is designed to meet the changing needs of those interested in this field.
Dr. Julia Caroline Scherpe-Blessing, LL.M. (Cantab)
Program Director Private Law, Criminal Law, and Procedural Law
ISSN: 0722-7574 / eISSN: 2568-7255 - Suggested citation: VVerfR