ISSUE 1
'‘Soft’ Approaches to ‘Harsh’ Realities: The EU Failings at Crisis Management', Andreas I. Pottakis, Issue 1, pp. 1–12
'Luxembourg Financial Aid for Higher Studies and Children of Frontier Workers: Evolution and Challenges in Light of the Case-Law of the Court of Justice', Janine Silga, Issue 1, pp. 13–24
'The Conflict Between European Law and National Constitutional Law Using the Example of the European Arrest Warrant', Simon Röß, Issue 1, pp. 25–41
'Tariq v. United Kingdom: Out with a Whimper? The Final Word on the Closed Material Procedure at the European Court of Human Procedure at the European Court of Human Rights', Lewis Graham, Issue 1, pp. 43–55
'What Is the European Union required to Respect under Article 4(2) TEU?: The Uniqueness Approach', Alina Kaczorowska-Ireland, Issue 1, pp. 57–82
'Extent and Limits of Devolution in Spain', Xabier Arzoz, Issue 1, pp. 83–103
'Constitutional Review and the Economic Crisis: In the Courts We Trust?', Constantinos Kombos, Issue 1, pp. 105–133
'Book Review: De Smith’s Judicial Review, by Lord Woolf, Jeffrey Jowell, Catherine Donnelly & Ivan Hare. (8th Edition, London: Sweet & Maxwell. 2018)', Patrick Birkinshaw, Issue 1, pp. 137–139
'Book review: Unionsrecht und Verwaltungsrecht: Eine rechtsvergleichende Untersuchung zur Rezeption des Unionsrechts, by Attila Vincze. Andrássy Studien zur Europaforschung. (Band 17. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft 2016)', Marton Varju, Issue 1, pp. 141–144

ISSUE 2
'The EU Law as an Afterthought: Re-Opening Court Proceedings in Romanian Administrative Law', Dacian C. Dragos, Issue 2, pp. 145–156
'Exit or Voice? Débat Public Goes to Italy', Giacinto Della Cananea, Issue 2, pp. 157–169
'Public Administration in the Era of Database and Information Exchange Networks: Empowering Administrative Power or Just Better Serving the Citizens?', Diana-Urania Galetta, Issue 2, pp. 171–181
'Constitutional Reasoning in the European Union and the Charter of Fundamental Rights: In Search of Public Justification', Eleni Frantziou, Issue 2, pp. 183–203
'Reversible Transparency: A Study of the New Danish Access to Information Act', Pernille Boye Koch, Rikke Gottrup, Issue 2, pp. 205–227
'Constitutional Review and the Economic Crisis: In the Courts We Trust? – Part Two', Constantinos Kombos, Issue 2, pp. 229–248
'Passing-On Unlawful Charges: Still No Small Matter', Magnus Strand, Erik Monsen, Issue 2, pp. 250–273
'Book review: Social Rights in Europe in an Age of Austerity, by Stefano Civitarese Matteucci and Simon Halliday. (1st Edition. Routledge, London-New York, 2018)', Bruno Veneziani, Issue 2, pp. 277–281

ISSUE 3
'Whither Administrative Justice in Hungary? European Requirements and the Setting Up of a Separate Administrative Judiciary', Ernő Várnay, Marton Varju, Issue 3, pp. 283–304
'(Un-)Constitutional Amendments: The Cypriot Paradigm', Constantinos Kombos, Athena Herodotou, Issue 3, pp. 305–324
'Public–Private Partnerships for Urban Development: Stakeholder Views in Slovenia', Alenka Fikfak, Bojan Bugarič, Matej Nikšič, Sabina Mujkić, Miha Konjar, Janez Peter Grom, Boštjan Koritnik, Mitja Blaganje, Rajko Pirnat, Senko Pličanič, Issue 3, pp. 325–345
'The Potential of Article 4(2) TEU in the Solution of Constitutional Clashes Based on Alleged Violations of National Identity and the Quest for Adequate (Judicial) Standards', Giacomo Di Federico, Issue 3, pp. 347–380
'Enforcement of Harmonization Relying on the Country of Origin Principle', Karsten Engsig Sørensen, Issue 3, pp. 381–402
'Beware of Courts Bearing Gifts: Transparency and the Court of Justice of the European Union', Marios Costa, Steve Peers, Issue 3, pp. 403–420
'From Economic to Symbiotic Constitutionalism: A Belated Post-Lisbon, Post-Crisis Transformation?', Konstantinos Alexandris Polomarkakis, Issue 3, pp. 421–444
'The Relationship Between European Consensus, the Margin of Appreciation and the Legitimacy of the Strasbourg Court', Nikos Vogiatzis, Issue 3, pp. 445–480
'Book review: The Evolving Role of National Parliaments in the European Union – Ireland as a Case Study, by Gavin Barrett. (Manchester: Manchester University Press)', Diane Fromage, Issue 3, pp. 483–485

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