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”,
■ “European Papers”,
■ “Academy of European Public Law Series” and
■ “European Environmental Law Series”.
Other publications include the periodical “Central and Eastern European Legal Studies” and many stand-alone books.
New website with e-shop
A new website of the EPLO Publications, within which an e-shop is functioning, is now in place. Readers can find information about EPLO publications and instantly buy them online (hard copy or digital version) through a simple process.