“juridikum” is Austria's Critical Law Review. Since 1989, juridikum is dedicated to examine legal problems from a critical perspective, taking in mind their political and societal impact in addition to their legal dimension. The journal provides a forum for lawyers and academics to reflect their legal activity, challenge the prevailing perception and contextualisation of law, and formulate social and political demands. 

 “juridikum” is a peer-reviewed, quarter-yearly publication. Each edition consists of three parts. The first part contains discussions of current problems at the intersections of law, policy, legal practice, theory of law and society. The second part centres on a specific topic, examining it from different angles, disciplines and view-points. The third part is comprised of glosses, short essays and reviews.

As one of few law reviews in Austria - if not the only one - "juridikum" also brings articles in English. If you would like to publish an article with us, please contact us organisation( at )juridikum.at and take a look at our guidelines for authors.

Authors receive four complementary copies of the respective issue per mail. Please fill in our data sheet for authors and send it back to e.schnell( at )verlagoesterreich.at