ISSUE 1
'Tenure and Discipline Developments in Russia', Jane Henderson, Issue 1, pp. 1–10
'The Turkish Constitution Revamped Yet Again', Esin Örücü, Issue 1, pp. 11–23
'Devolution in Transition in Wales', Ann Sherlock, Issue 1, pp. 25–34
'Adjudicating on the Origin of Products from Israel and the West Bank: Brita GmbH v. Hauptzollamt Hamburg-Hafen (C-398/06)', Paul James Cardwell, Issue 1, pp. 37–50
'EU Law and Access to Court: The Experience of Austria in the Telecommunications Sector', Georg Glavanovits, Mariolina Eliantonio, Issue 1, pp. 51–60
'Finishing the Work Begun by the French Revolution: A Critical Analysis of the Dutch Supreme Court Judgment on the Political Reformed Party and Passive Female Suffrage', Hans-Martien ten Napel, Issue 1, pp. 61–70
'European Integration in the Aftermath of the Ratification of the Treaty of Lisbon: Quo Vadis?', Guy Harpaz, Issue 1, pp. 73–89
'The Protection of EU Citizens Abroad: Accountability, Rule of Law, Role of Consular and Diplomatic Services', Alessandro Ianniello Saliceti, Issue 1, pp. 91–109
'Blueprints for Babel: Legal Policy Options for Minority and Indigenous Languages', José-María Arraiza, Issue 1, pp. 111–138
'Lautsi v. Italy: The Display of Religious Symbols by the State', Carlo Panara, Issue 1, pp. 139–168
'Book Review: Ethical Dimensions of the Foreign Policy of the European Union: A Legal Appraisal, Studies in European Law and Policy 9, by Urfan Khaliq. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008)', Martin Trybus, Issue 1, pp. 171–173
'Book Review: The Transformation of the Hungarian Legal Order 1985–2005 – Transition to the Rule of Law and Accession to the European Union, edited by Andras Jakab, Peter Takacs and Allan F. Tatham. (Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer Law International, 2007)', Marton Varju, Issue 1, pp. 173–175
'Book Review: Parliamentary Sovereignty and the Human Rights Act, by Alison L. Young. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2008)', Elizabeth Wicks, Issue 1, pp. 175–178

ISSUE 2
'GREECE – In Search of a Modern Deus ex Machina: Towards an Orderly Bankruptcy of European Legal Orders', Andreas Pottakis, Issue 2, pp. 181–196
'NORTHERN IRELAND – The Devolution of Policing and Criminal Justice', Gordon Anthony, Issue 2, pp. 197–211
'SWEDEN – Choosing Judges and Judging the People’s Choice', Thomas Bull, Issue 2, pp. 213–222
'General Principles of the EU and a Glimpse of Solidarity in the Aftermath of Mangold and Kücükdeveci', Filippo Fontanelli, Issue 2, pp. 225–240
'EU Competition Law and the Principle of Ne Bis in Idem', Giacomo Di Federico, Issue 2, pp. 241–260
'Open Government in Poland: The Current Situation and Its Perspectives', Bogusław Banaszak, Michal Bernaczyk, Issue 2, pp. 261–275
'From van Duyn to Josemans: How the Tide Might Affect EU’s Freedoms', Panagiotis Stasinopoulos, Issue 2, pp. 277–289
'Freedom of Information in the Russian Federation', Jane Henderson, Hayk Sayadyan, Issue 2, pp. 293–311
'Delegation Is a Matter of Confidence', Wim Voermans, Issue 2, pp. 313–330
'Police Power to Conduct a Search without ‘Reasonable Suspicion’ in Australia: A Comparative Perspective', Anthony Gray, Issue 2, pp. 331–347
'The European Ombudsman’s Role as a Developer of Norms of Good Administration', Magdalena Elisabeth de Leeuw, Issue 2, pp. 349–368
'Book Review: Division of Powers in European Union Law: The Delimitation of Internal Competence between the EU and the Member States, by Theodore Konstadinides. (The Hague: Kluwer Law International, 2009)', Bogusław Banaszak, Tomasz Jurczyk, Issue 2, pp. 371–373
'Book Review: L’integrazione silente. La funzione interpretativa della Corte di giustizia e il diritto costituzionale europeo, by Giuseppe Martinico. (The Silent Integration. The Interpretative Function of the ECJ and European Constitutional Law) (Napoli: Jovene, 2009)', Giacomo Delledonne, Issue 2, pp. 373–377
'Book Review: Shaping Rule of Law through Dialogue: International and Supranational Experiences, edited by Filippo Fontanelli, Giuseppe Martinico & Paolo Carrozza. (Groningen: Europa Law Publishing, 2009)', Julio Pinheiro Faro Homem de Siqueira, Issue 2, pp. 377–380

ISSUE 3
'Ramifications of the EU/IMF Loan to Ireland for the Financial Services Sector and for Irish Law and Society', Caoimhín MacMaoláin, Issue 3, pp. 387–397
'Devolution in Scotland: Increasing Autonomy?', Tom Mullen, Issue 3, pp. 399–414
'European Citizenship: Cross-Border Relevance, Deliberate Fraud and Proportionate Responses to Potential Statelessness', Robin Morris, Issue 3, pp. 417–435
'General Principles of EU Law and Horizontal Direct Effect', Pedro Cabral, Ricardo Neves, Issue 3, pp. 437–451
'Legal Implications of Better Regulation: A Special Issue', Anne Meuwese, Patricia Popelier, Issue 3, pp. 455–466
'Regulation, Public Law, and Better Regulation', Ciara Brown, Colin Scott, Issue 3, pp. 467–484
'A Meeting of Minds on Impact Assessment', Alberto Alemanno, Issue 3, pp. 485–505
'Better Regulation by Appeal', Wim Voermans, Ymre Schuurmans, Issue 3, pp. 507–525
'Embedding Consultation Procedures: Law or Institutionalization?', Anne Meuwese, Issue 3, pp. 527–538
'Better Regulation through Experimental Legislation', Rob van Gestel, Gijs van Dijck, Issue 3, pp. 539–553
'Governance and Better Regulation: Dealing with the Legitimacy Paradox', Patricia Popelier, Issue 3, pp. 555–569
'Book Review: The Constitutional Protection of Capitalism, by Danny Nicol. (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2010)', David Campbell, Issue 3, pp. 571–598

ISSUE 4
'European Court of Human Rights: May 2010–April 2011', Alastair Mowbray, Issue 4, pp. 605–631
'Recent Developments in Luxembourg: The Activity of the European Courts in 2010', Andrea Biondi, Stefanie Ripley, Issue 4, pp. 633–645
'Dating Cinderella: On Subsidiarity as a Political Safeguard of Federalism in the European Union', Giuseppe Martinico, Issue 4, pp. 649–660
'The ECtHR, National Constitutional Law, and the Limits of Democracy: Sitaropoulos and Others v. Greece', Michael Ioannidis, Issue 4, pp. 661–671
'Can Russian Citizens Influence Public Decision-Making? An Evaluation against the Background of Article 25 of the ICCPR with Some Comparative Observations', Mariya Riekkinen, Issue 4, pp. 675–704
'‘A Spectre Is Haunting Europe’: European Citizenship in the Area of Freedom, Security, and Justice', Luisa Marin, Issue 4, pp. 705–728
'ECJ Advances Equality in Europe by Giving Horizontal Direct Effect to Directives', Erica Howard, Issue 4, pp. 729–743
'The Kadi Case: The Turkish Side of the Implementation Saga of Security Council Resolutions', Mustafa T. Karayigit, Issue 4, pp. 745–767
'Book Review: From Dual to Cooperative Federalism, by Robert Schütze. (Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2009)', Thomas C. Fischer, Issue 4, pp. 771–777
'Book Review: Principles of European Constitutional Law, edited by Armin von Bogdandy and Jürgen Bast. (Oxford and München: Hart Publishing and Verlag CH Beck, 2010)', Diana-Urania Galetta, Issue 4, pp. 777–783
'Book Review: Drafting Legislation: A Modern Approach, edited by Constantin Stefanou and Helen Xanthaki. (Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing, 2008)', Giuseppe Martinico, Issue 4, pp. 783–786
'Subject Index', Issue 4, pp. 787–801
'Article Index', Issue 4, pp. 803–808

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