About the Journal
Revus is the first journal for constitutional theory and philosophy of law in South-East Europe. Committed to multilingualism, it provides the only trully regional legal forum. The journal guarantees quality and visibility of published papers and discussions through a rigorous selection process and international indexation.
It covers a wide range of fields encompassing the foundations of our legal cultures but mostly focuses on constitutional theory and philosophy of law. It publishes papers on constitutional courts' law-making and institutional constitutional law of the Council of Europe, the European Union and individual South-East European countries, international public law, theory and philosophy of law, human rights, rule of law and democracy. It also awards a prominent place to comparative law, reaching beyond regional and European borders.
Revus provides a forum for discussion among lawyers from South-East Europe, encouraging contributions which exhibit theoretical reflections on the changes in our legal culture(s). It therefore publishes articles (in Latin script) in the following languages: Slovenian, Croatian, Bosnian, Serbian, Montenegrin and Macedonian. By seeking to build a bridge between legal scholars from Western, Central and Northern Europe, on the one hand, and those in South-East Europe, on the other, it also accepts contributions in any of the following globally spoken languages: English, French, German, Spanish and Italian.
Revus is indexed and abstracted in Dialnet (Universidad de la Rioja), HeinOnline (Wm. S. Hein & Co.), Legal Source (EBSCO Publishing), PhilPapers (The PhilPapers Foundation), Revues.org (Cléo), Scopus (Elsevier), SSRN eLibrary (Social Science Research Network) and The Philosopher's Index (Philosopher's Information Center).