Juridica International 2019 issue is dedicated to criminal law
Juridica International 2019 issue “Differences and Similarities between Branches of Law” was published at the School of Law of the University of Tartu alumni get-together which was organized to celebrate the 100th birthday of Estonia’s National University.
“A large proportion of the articles in Juridica International this year is dedicated to criminal law. A paper that truly addresses the issues of legal dogmatics in this field in depth with regard to delict of negligence was contributed by Laura Feldmanis. Raimo Lahti’s article on the criminal liability of a legal person is written from the standpoint of criminal and comparative law, while Frieder Dünkel’s approach to German sanction law should provide plenty of interest and joy of discovery for legal scientists and practitioners alike. Thomas Weigend’s submission, in turn, takes a rather unique look at the material element in criminal law and criminal procedure. He focuses his attention on truth and values. Andres Parmas has considered Estonian criminal law in relation to the dogmatics of international criminal law. All of these articles are an outgrowth of presentations made at a jubilee conference that took place at the University of Tartu. /…/ In addition, two articles on medical law had their beginnings in presentations at the conference,” writes Professor of Criminal Law Jaan Sootak in the editorial column.
The authors of the current issue are Kåre Lilleholt, Ivo Pilving, Ilya Ilin, Aleksei Kelli, Thomas Weigend, Frieder Dünkel, Henning Rosenau, Raimo Lahti, Andres Parmas, Henning Lorenz, Laura Feldmanis, Taivo Liivak, Märt Maarand and Anto Kasak.
The issue can be read online here.
Juridica International is a peer-reviewed academic journal with coverage of legal topics of Estonian and international importance.
P.S. It is now possible to submit articles to Juridica International 2020 issue. We welcome all authors (including PhD students) who wish to give their personal contribution to the development of legal education and research. All submissions will be accepted until 15 April 2020. Please submit your article to info [ät] juridica.ee.