ANNALS The Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade publishes articles, critical analyses, case law and legislation comments, contributions and book reviews on all aspects of law and social sciences, written by distinguished scholars from Serbia and abroad. Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade, journal of legal and social sciences of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade NEW ISSUE theYear 1953 the first issue DOWNLOAD THE FIRST ISSUE The first issue of the Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade appeared in 1953. On the inside back cover it was written: “In spite of the desire of the editorial board, this issue is being published with a one-month delay. The editorial board is hoping that all four issues planned for this year will be published by the end of December”. Prof. Ratko Marković,
Povest fakultetskog časopisa,
Anali 1–3/1991
the SUMMERof1971 THE BANNED ISSUE “It happened for the first time in the history of the Faculty’s journal that issue No. 3/1971, which published a discussion about the famous constitutional amendments, whose solution is still a stumbling block for the entire Yugoslavia, had been banned from distribution. With that issue, the Faculty of Law in Belgrade had saved its soul, presenting itself to the public as a morally incorruptible and scientifically far-sighted institution.” READ MORE Prof. Ratko Marković,
Povest fakultetskog časopisa,
Anali 1–3/1991
ANNALS anali@ius.bg.ac.rs ISSN 0003-2565 (Print)
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Faculty of Law
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11 000 Beograd, Srbija

PUBLISHER /

University of Belgrade Faculty of Law

ABOUT /

The Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade (Belgrade Law Review) has been published continuously since 1953 (ISSN: 0003-2565) as a successor of the Archive for Legal and Social Sciences (Arhiv za pravne i društvene nauke), founded in 1906. Since 2015 it has been published also in electronic form (eISSN: 2406-2693). The journal solicits scientific articles, critical analyses, case law and legislation comments, contributions and book reviews on all aspects of law and social sciences, with an interdisciplinary orientation. Special emphasis is placed on contemporary legal developments, but the journal’s scope includes jurisprudence and legal history.

The Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade uses double-blind peer review system for all papers.

The Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade is in an open access journal.

EDITORIAL BOARD /

PREVIOUS EDITORIAL BOARDS /

The list of members of the previous editorial boards is available here.

JOURNAL /

STARTING YEAR / 1953
FREQUENCY / quarterly

  • March /No. 1/
  • June /No. 2/
  • September /No. 3/
  • December /No. 4/

LANGUAGE / Serbian and English

Texts in English and Serbian are published in first three yearly issues. The fourth yearly issue is published exclusively in English.

The journal is published in print and electronic form.

All previous issues, starting from 1953, are available here /

Thematic or special issues are marked with  [✲]

COPYRIGHT NOTICE /

The Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade (Belgrade Law Review) is an open access journal. All of its content is available to users free of charge. Texts published since 2017 are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. See > Code of Conduct

For the use of texts published in the Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade (Belgrade Law Review) prior to 2017 it is necessary to seek consent from the authors, except in cases when free use is allowed on the basis of statutory limitations and exceptions to copyright.

International Editorial Board Members /

Yariv Brauner (University of Florida, USA), John Cerone (Tufts University, USA), Silvio Ferrari (University of Milan, Italy), Kenneth Einar Himma (University  of  Washington,  USA),  Christa Jessel Holst (Max  Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law, Hamburg, Germany), Thomas Koenig (Northeastern University, USA),   Peter Koller (University of Graz, Austria), Janez Kranjc (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia),  Rainer Kulms (Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law, Hamburg, Germany), Dzhenevra Igorevna Lukovskaya (St Petersburg State University, Russian Federation), Ingeborg Maus (Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany), Thomas Mertens (Radboud University, Netherlands), Slobodan Milačić (University of Bordeaux, France), Paul du Plessis (The University of Edinburgh, Scotland), Vesna Rijavec (University of Maribor, Slovenia), Željko Šević (Sohar University, Oman), Gerhard Thür (Institute for the Study of Ancient Culture, Austria).