The Yearbook of European Union and Comparative Law (YEUCL) is an annual publication containing original contributions on issues in European Union and Comparative Law.
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YEUCL provides inter-disciplinary approaches to the study of comparative law.
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Vol. 1 No. 1 (1): Yearbook of European Union and Comparative Law-YEUCL
Reform proposals for the second Chamber of the Parliament in Poland modelled on the solutions adopted in the Republic of Slovenia
Magdalena Maksymiuk, Artur Trubalski