On behalf of the Editors of “CLR” I am pleased to present no. 26 of our journal. The current issue embraces two studies and nine articles and shorter notes. As usual, the contents of “CLR” represent a variety of legal disciplines, ranging from legal theory, international and constitutional law, to developments and case-law in several domestic jurisdictions, all set in a comparative perspective.
I wish to remind our readers that we encourage contributions on all fields of law and intend to maintain the wide scope of our journal while preserving its academic quality and special focus on comparative research. Given the world pandemic of COVID-19 which erupted in 2020, we can expect that the attention of the legal academic community in the next months or even years will encompass the legal consequences of the pandemic, both domestically and internationally. Therefore, the call for submissions to no. 27 of the “CLR” will encourage comparative studies on the influence of COVID-19 on the legal systems.
Traditionally, I wish to thank the members of the Academic Board and Editorial Board, with special appreciation of the work done by our Editorial Assistants, Dr. Daria Gęsicka and Dr. Julia Kapelańska- -Pręgowska, as well as our English language adviser, Mr. Christopher Wright.
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