Agricultural Law Review is a newly registered (ISSN 1897 – 7626) periodical (published twice a year) dealing with agricultural law. The main reasoning for the Review is to provide the Reader with knowledge from various spheres of this discipline. It should serve not only to the benefit of the development of agricultural law school or for the legislative process, but it should also assist the administration bodies in solving practical issues. Therefore, the Review will continue to include the results of work on agricultural law theory, research studies with materials, novelties of Community agricultural law, works on international rules in agriculture together with some practical evaluations. Every issue will also contain an overview of developments in case-law and literature, including foreign periodicals.

The logo of the Review expresses a broader look on agricultural law, embracing both the traditionally understood agriculture and the legal aspects of food, environment (within agriculture), rural areas and the countryside. It links the local element with global approach towards the development of this discipline. The representatives of foreign agricultural law school will always find it possible to submit publications to the Review. Under the circumstances of the EU membership it is of utmost necessity to take into account the experience from the other EU Member States in the implementation of Community agricultural law. To improve the exchange and accessibility of publications committed in the Review, summaries in English and - as from the 2nd number of 2007 - also in Italian have been attached to every paper.

Editorial Board:

The Research Committee is formed by:

Reviewers 2011

Reviewers 2013

Reviewers 2014

Reviewers 2015

Reviewers 2016