Since 2013, the EPLO has undertaken as a Publisher the European Review of Public Law (ERPL) and its special editions, as well as other periodical editions and stand-alone publications dealing with public law issues.
The ERPL is a quarterly publication, established in 1989 to create an international forum for analysis and discussion of issues in the development of constitutional and administrative law in Europe.
Not only does it examine a wide range of issues that relate to the European Union, the European Convention on Human Rights, the national public law and practices, as well as to their mutual interaction and influence but it also covers other jurisdictions that interplay with the European Public Law systems and/or offer relevant comparative insights.
The Review is accompanied by 4 special editions:
- “European Public Law Series”
The European Public Law Series created in 1998, is constituted of a series of books, monographs and essays purporting to contribute, through research or reflection thereby taking place, to the creation of a European public law - in particular through the systematic study of the different aspects of national legal systems in the EU Member States, in the European Union itself, as well as of their evolution & their convergence.
- “European Papers”
European Papers is a series of succinct monographs focused on the fundamental categories of European Union law. The Series was inaugurated in 2001 with the aim of providing a forum of academic reflection and dialogue in the field, and has ever since concentrated on matters pertinent to the fundamental institutional elements of the Union, structures and practices of European governance, and patterns of continuity and change reflected in the development of EU law.
- “Academy of European Public Law Series”
The Academy of European Public Law Series was launched in 2009, aiming at publishing the most representative results of the work of the Academy of European Public Law graduates. This series shows the quality of the work done in this academic environment and aims at encouraging an even better level of quality, as excellence is the only objective of the Academy.
- “European Environmental Law Series”
The European Environmental Law Series was created in 2009, conscious of the role of comparative environmental law in the development of an effective global environmental protection and management system, focusing on the different aspects of national legal systems in the EU Member States, in the EU itself and worldwide.
Other publications include the periodicals “Central and Eastern European Legal Studies” and "European Politeia" and many stand-alone books.
The Central and Eastern European Legal Studies, launched more than 15 years ago as a special edition of the ERPL, is from 2013 a biannual journal with its own Board of Editors, composed of renowned academics from Central, Eastern and Western European countries, specialized in this area. The aim is to give the opportunity to academics coming from CEE countries and also to academics from other countries, experts in this field, to come together and exchange views on Public Law issues of these countries.
The most recent standalone publications include:
1. S. Varouxakis,The Diplomacy of the Mediterranean
2. Athens Dialogue on a Middle East Zone Free of Nuclear and Other Weapons of Mass Destruction as well as Their Means of Delivery (WMDFZ)
3. N.Scandamis / K.Boskovits, Rival Securities in Europe and Beyond
Due to its collaborations with the following Publishers the Editions department through the ERPL publication receives legal texts and publications for review from:
- Cambridge University Press
- Oxford University Press
- Hart Publishing
- Ashgate Publishing
- Duncker & Humblot
- Kluwer Law
- il Mulino
- C.F. Müller
- Mohr Siebeck and many other worldwide
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