• Volume 15 (2014)

    Volume 15 No 07

      15 German Law Journal No. 7 (2014) Articles The Limits of Agencification in European Union Miroslava Scholten & Marloes van Rijsbergen Global Solutions, Local Damages: A Critical Study in Judicial Councils in…

  • Volume 15 (2014)

    Volume 15 No 06

      15 German Law Journal No. 6 (2014) Speech Why Is It High Time to Reform the Homicide Statutes Heiko Maas Articles Between Individual Justice and Mass Claims Proceedings: Property Restitution for Victims…

  • Volume 15 (2014)

    Volume 15 No 05

      15 German Law Journal No. 5 (2014) Special Issue – EU Citizenship: Twenty Years On Dimensions of Citizenship (Introduction) Patricia Mindus The Three Levels of Citizenship within the European Union Rainer Bauböck…

  • Volume 15 (2014)

    Volume 15 No 04

      15 German Law Journal No. 4 (2014) Articles Equilibrium, Demoi-cracy, and Delegation in the Crisis of European Integration Peter L. Lindseth The Irish “Bail-out” and Cuts to Social Protection Spending – the…

  • Volume 15 (2014)

    Volume 15 No 03

      15 German Law Journal No. 3 (2014) Articles Fundamental Freedoms, Fundamental Rights, and the Scope of Free Movement Law Francesco de Cecco Bringing Rights More Home: Can a Home-grown UK Bill of…

  • Volume 15 (2014)

    Volume 15 No 02

      15 German Law Journal No. 2 (2014) Special Issue – The OMT Decision of the German Federal Constitutional Court Karlsruhe Makes a Referral Udo Di Fabio Rebel Without a Cause? A Critical…

  • Volume 15 (2014)

    Volume 15 No 01

      15 German Law Journal No. 1 (2014) Special Issue – Plea Bargains in Germany Foreword: Plea Bargaining in Germany after the Decision of the Federal Constitutional Court Elisa Hoven & Christoph Safferling…