ISSUE 1
'Life as Human Rights Court: Challenges and Developments in the EU Courts Activity in 2014', Silvia Bartolini, Andrea Biondi, Issue 1, pp. 3–23
'Administrative Law Developments in Post-Communist Slovenia: Between West European Ideals and East European RealityAdministrative Law Developments in Post-Communist Slovenia: Between West European Ideals and East European Reality', Bojan Bugaric, Issue 1, pp. 25–48
'Leaving the EU? The Legal Impact of ‘Brexit’ on the United Kingdom', Graham Gee, Luca Rubini, Martin Trybus, Issue 1, pp. 51–56
'Leaving the EU?', Sir Stephen Wall, Issue 1, pp. 57–67
'Life on the Edge: EFTA and the EEA as a Future for the UK in Europe', Ciarán Burke, Ólafur Ísberg Hannesson, Kristin Bangsund, Issue 1, pp. 69–96
'From EU Citizens to Third Country Nationals: The Legacy of Polydor', Marja-Liisa Öberg, Issue 1, pp. 97–114
'EU Withdrawal: Good Business for British Business?', Adam Łazowski, Issue 1, pp. 115–129
'Regaining Sovereignty? Brexit, the UK Parliament and the Common Law', Graham Gee, Alison L. Young, Issue 1, pp. 131–147
'The Judiciary’s Self-Determination, the Common Law and Constitutional Change', Sophie Boyron, Issue 1, pp. 149–168
'Book Review: Comparative Reasoning in European Supreme Courts, by Michal Bobek. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013)', Michèle Finck, Issue 1, pp. 171–173
'Book Review: EU Law in Judicial Review, by Richard Gordon QC & Rowena Moffatt. Second Edition (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014)', Sim Haket, Issue 1, pp. 173–177
'Book Review: The Sub-national Dimension of the EU: A Legal Study of Multilevel Governance, by Carlo Panara. (Heidelberg: Springer, 2015)', Stefano Villamena, Issue 1, pp. 178–184

ISSUE 2
'The Referendum and After: Scotland’s Constitutional Future', Tom Mullen, Issue 2, pp. 187–202
'Bulgarian Constitutionalism: Challenges, Reform, Resistance and ... Frustration', Vesco Paskalev, Issue 2, pp. 203–223
'Exploring Member State and European Union Constitutional Identity', Gerhard van der Schyff, Issue 2, pp. 227–241
'National Courts of Last Instance Failing to Make a Preliminary Reference: The (Possible) Consequences Flowing Therefrom', Morten Broberg, Issue 2, pp. 243–256
'The Formation of a Constitutional Tradition in Continental Europe since World War II', Cesare Pinelli, Issue 2, pp. 257–268
'A View on CJEU Opinion 2/13’s Unclear Stance on and Dislike of Protocol 16 ECHR', Fisnik Korenica, Dren Doli, Issue 2, pp. 269–286
'Deepening Supranational Integration: Interstate Solidarity in EU Migration Law', Jürgen Bast, Issue 2, pp. 289–304
'The Enforceability of Subsidiarity in the EU and the Ethos of Cooperative Federalism: A Comparative Law Perspective', Carlo Panara, Issue 2, pp. 305–331
'Judicial Independence and Separation of Powers: A Case Study in Modern Court Management', Paul P.T. Bovend’Eert, Issue 2, pp. 333–353
'The Unique Case of Turkey: The European Union’s Method in the Quest of Fundamental Rights', Caterina Di Costanzo, Issue 2, pp. 355–376
'Truly Competitive Public Procurement as a Europe 2020 Lever: What Role for the Principle of Competition in Moderating Horizontal Policies?', Albert Sanchez-Graells, Issue 2, pp. 377–394
'Book Review: European Public Law: The Achievement and the Challenge, Second Edition, by Patrick Birkinshaw. (Alphen aan den Rijn:WoltersKluwer, 2014)', Antonio Estella, Issue 2, pp. 397–400
'Book Review: Practising Self-Government: A Comparative Study of Autonomous Regions, edited by Yash Ghai & Sophia Woodman. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013)', Mike Varney, Issue 2, pp. 400–403

ISSUE 3
'Book Review: National Identity in EU Law, by Elke Cloots. Studies. (Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2015)', Guiseppe Martinico, Issue 3, pp. 385–387
'Brexit', Issue 3, pp. 407–408
'Belgium’s Sixth State Reform: The State of the Nation(s)', Patrick Peeters, David Haljan, Issue 3, pp. 411–438
'German Constitutional Law Cases 2012–2015', Carl Nägele, Issue 3, pp. 439–460
'On Blasphemy, an Idealistic Constitutional Provision and ‘Militant Democracy’: Constitutional Topics in the Netherlands', Carla M. Zoethout, Issue 3, pp. 461–471
'Data Retention Saga Continues: Decision of the Polish Constitutional Tribunal of 30 July 2014 in Case K 23/11', Agnieszka Grzelak, Issue 3, pp. 475–488
'The Relation Between the European Council and the Council: Institutional Arguments in Favour of an EU Senate', Federico Fabbrini, Issue 3, pp. 489–504
'European Union Bailouts and Credibility: The Constitutional Dimension', Antonio Estella, Issue 3, pp. 507–540
'Defining Disability in the European Union Nondiscrimination Legislation: Judicial Activism and Legislative Restraints', Silvia Favalli, Delia Ferri, Issue 3, pp. 541–567
'Independent Administrative Review Within the Structure of Remedies under the Treaties: The Case of the Board of Appeal of the European Chemicals Agency', Luca Bolzonello, Issue 3, pp. 569–581

ISSUE 4
'‘Brexit Means Brexit’', Issue 4, pp. 589–593
'Delivering EVEL: English Votes for English Laws', Cosmo Graham, Issue 4, pp. 597–612
'European Court of Human Rights: May 2015 to April 2016', Alastair Mowbray, Issue 4, pp. 613–642
'Reassessing the Accountability of European Union Decentralized Agencies: Mind the Independence Gap', Steve Peers, Marios Costa, Issue 4, pp. 645–665
'Administrative Transparency in Portugal', Tiago Fidalgo de Freitas, Issue 4, pp. 667–688
'Breaking the Isolation? Italian Perspectives on the Dialogue Between the European Court of Justice and Constitutional Courts', Stefano Civitarese Matteucci, Issue 4, pp. 689–715
'The Place for Prisoners in European Union Law?', Leandro Mancano, Issue 4, pp. 717–747
'Increasing Inter-Parliamentary Cooperation in the European Union: Current Trends and Challenges', Diane Fromage, Issue 4, pp. 749–772
'Book Review: The Impact of EU Law on Cypriot Public Law, by Constantinos Kombos. (Athens: Sakkoulas Publications. 2015)', Patrick Birkinshaw, Issue 4, pp. 775–776
'Book Review: Process and Procedure in EU Administration, by Carol Harlow & Richard Rawlings. Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2014)', Mike Varney, Issue 4, pp. 776–778
'Book Review: Due Process of Lawmaking: The United States, South Africa, Germany and the European Union, by Susan Rose-Ackerman, Stefanie Egidy & James Fowkes. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2015)', Mike Varney, Issue 4, pp. 779–780
'Article Index', Issue 4, pp. 781–784
'Subject Index', Issue 4, pp. 785–799

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