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Union University Law School Review
Year XII, No. 1/2021, Pages 1-349

UDK 34
ISSN 2217-2815 (Printed Edition)
eISSN 2406-1387 (Online Edition)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

EDITORIAL

Violeta Beširević, On Pandemics, Populism, New Issue and New Editorial Board

GUEST EDITORIAL

Dimitry Vladimirovich Kochenov, Upgrading Rule of Law in Europe in Populist Times

ARTICLES

Bojan Spaić, Interpretation and Construction: An Addendum to the Discussion about Creation and Application of Law

Márton Varju, Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) in Hungary: A Western Model, an Eastern Illiberal Regime, and a Case of Deferred Institutional Adaptation

Đorđe Gardašević, “Business as Unusual”: Pandemic Concentration of Executive Powers in Croatia

Teodora Miljojković, Emergency Governance (Un)Bound: A Brief Reflection on Southeast Europe’s Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

Tibor Tajti (Thaythy), What Makes the Securities Criminal Law System of The United States Work? ‘All-Embracing’ ‘Blanket’ Securities Crimes and the Linked Enforcement Framework

Katarina B. Ivančević, Disclosure Duties in Insurance Contract

Jovana Popović, Institutional Framework of Collective Consumer Protection in the Republic of Serbia: Condition and Perspectives

Goran Bašić, Ivana Stjelja, Discrimination and Roma Identity in Serbia

Srđan Milošević, Constitution Without a State: The Formation of the Kingdom of SCS and “The Vidovdan” Constitution in the Constitutional Law Curriculum in Yugoslavia’s Successor States

DEBATES

Srđan Milošević, Secularism vs. Constitutional Secularity (A Reply to Marko Božić)

CASE NOTES

Ivana Vukčević, Facebook Oversight Board’s Decision on the Indefinite Suspension of Donald Trump’s Account

BOOK REVIEWS

Gorana Prodanović, Extended Family in the Law and Politics of the South Slavs: Marko Božić, Philippe Gelez (eds), The Ideal Community. The Political Legacy of the Extended Family in the Balkans, Journal of Slavic Studies, 3/2020, Vol. 91, EUR’ORBEM, Sorbonne University – CNRS, Paris, 145 pp.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Legal Bibliography – Serbia 2020, prepared by Ljiljana Prljinčević, Ksenija Mitrović Grujić