The Cardozo Law Bulletin is a peer-reviewed, English and Italian language journal concerned to provide an international forum for academic research exploring the threesholds of legal theory, judicial practice and public policy, where the use of a 'comparative law and literature' approach becomes crucial to the understanding of Law as a complex order.
The Cardozo Law Bulletin, established in 1995 as one of the world first Law Journals on the Web, invites the submission of essays, topical article, comments, critical reviews, which will be evaluated by an independent committee of referees on the basis of their quality of scholarship, originality, and contribution to reshaping legal views and perspectives.
COLLANA DEI QUADERNI DELLA RIVISTA:
Giovanni Marini, Maria Rosaria Ferrarese, Alessandro Somma, Maria Rosaria Marella, Ugo Mattei
Maria Giulia Bernardini
Valerio Nitrato Izzo
ANALISI COMPARATISTICA E PROPOSTE DI RIFORMA LEGISLATIVA
Giovanni Maria Riccio
IL CONSENSUALISMO “TEOLOGICO” NEL MEDIOEVO CONTINENTALE
FAMILY LAW, RELIGIOUS MARRIAGE
ANDSHARIA COURTS IN WESTERN SOCIETIES.
ONE COMPARATIVE INSIGHT ON THE ENGLISH MODEL
ALLEGORIE DELLA LEGGE.
L’ARCHEOLOGIA COME PRATICA DEL DIRITTO
DAL MISTERO AL MORBO ED AL GIOCO DEL PROCESSO RIFLESSIONI IN MARGINE AL LIBRO
DI BRUNO CAVALLONE
“LA BORSA DI MISS FLITE”
Daniele David e Antonio Iannì