The first number of the Titu Maiorescu University Law Review has appeared in 2002. The goal was to mark the most important scientific results of the students, doctoral students and professors from the Law Faculty, and also of the specialists in juridical field which our institution is collaborating with. The editorial board includes academics from prestigious institutions of higher education from the country and abroad. Also, in order to ensure greater international scientific visibility, beginning with VIIIth issue, the review is published in English (with some contributions in French, as Titu Maiorescu University is member of Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie). The Titu Maiorescu University Law Review is indexed in HeinOnline and CEEOL international databases.
Primul numar al Revistei Analele Universitatii Titu Maiorescu Seria Drept a aparut in anul 2002. Scopul a fost acela de a marca si disemina cele mai importante rezultate stiintifice ale studentilor, doctoranzilor si profesorilor de la Facultatea de Drept, precum si ale specialistilor din domeniul juridic cu care universitatea are relatii de colaborare. Colectivul de redactie include cadre didactice din institutii de prestigiu din invatamantul superior din tara si din strainatate. De asemenea, pentru a se asigura o mai mare vizibilitate stiintifica internationala, incepand cu numarul al VIII-lea (2009), revista este publicata in limba engleza (cu contributii in limba franceza, Universitatea Titu Maiorescu fiind membru al Agentiei Universitare a Francofoniei). Analele Universitatii Titu Maiorescu Seria Drept sunt indexate in baze de date stiintifice internationale de prestigiu, si anume HeinOnline si CEEOL.
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On the positioning of the offence of infanticide in The New Criminal Code
Jurisprudence in the Romanian legal system
Relationship between mediation and arbitration in the light of the new mediation rules issued by the International Chamber of Commerce
Concealment of sources of taxable income within the meaning to article 9 para. 1 let. a) of Law no. 241/2005 on the prevention and fight against tax evasion
Aspects regarding the contraventional liability and the criminal liability for environmental damages
Diana Deaconu-Dascalu, Silviu Deaconu
Regulations regarding the superficies right in The New Civil Code
Mihaela Cristina Paul
Social and economic premises on the rule of law
Representation in The New Civil Code
Oana Cristina Niemesch
Considerations on the modifications of the labour legislation brought by Law no. 42/2011 and Law no. 62/2011 (Law of the social dialogue) and flexisecurity requirements. Special focus on collective bargaining
Radu Stefan Patru
State sovereignty in the context of European construction
International rules and policies on the right to food security and safety
Maria Iuliana Neagu
Feminism – the argument for a juridical conceptualization of women’s rights
Maria Beatrice Berna