Union University Law School Review
Year IX, No. 1/2018, Pages 1-218

UDK 34
ISSN 2217-2815 (Printed Edition)
ISSN 2406-1287 (Online Edition)



Vojislav Damnjanović, Collision and competition of fundamental rights in German Law

Violeta Beširević, “Catch me if you can”: reflections on legal (un)accountability of transnational corporations for human rights violations

Carlos Flores Juberías, The gradual transformation of Spanish Constitutional Law: on occasion of the 40th anniversary of the Spanish 1978 Constitution

Danilo Stevandić, Autonomous regulation: legal theory qualification and positive law frameworks

Aleksandar Matković, Legal characteristics of vigilantism

Biljana Gavrilović, The dispute between Serbian lawyers and lawyers from the former Austro-Hungary about proving by witnesses on the occasion of enactment of the Yugoslav Code of civil procedure

Irena D. Kolaj Ristanović, Collections of fatwas in Ottoman Turkish: a general overview


Katinka Beretka, De iure affirmation of the multicultural character of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina – Critical analysis of (non)existing normative competences of the autonomous province in the field of minority rights


Svetlana Gradinac, Đura Jakšić’s closing argument in the trial for the short story The Wounded


Dejan A. Milić, A book on the power of words: Sima Avramović, Rhetorike techne – The skill of rhetorics and public appearance, Belgrade Univesity Law School – Službeni glasnik – Dosije studio, Belgrade, 2018, 4th edition, 545 p.

IN MEMORIAM – Prof. dr Katarina Damnjanović


Legal bibliography – Serbia 2017, prepared by Ljiljana Prljinčević