September 18
2020
Dolores Utrilla
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21st July 2020
General Development

Editorial changes in the Spanish Journal of European Law: most contents now freely available online

The Spanish Journal of European Law (Revista Española de Derecho Europeo, REDE), a leading journal published in Spain on EU law and on Council of Europe’s law, has completed an editorial transformation process and is announcing that most of its contents are now free and openly accessible online.

Founded in 2002, REDE is a quarterly journal focused on the constitutional dimension of European law as well as on its impact in the different areas of law, including civil and commercial law, criminal law, financial and tax law or labour law. It also publishes periodic reports on the case law of the Court of Justice of the EU and the European Court of Human Rights, as protagonists in the process of European construction. 

Much of the journal’s content is offered open access through a user-friendly platform. Only access to the latest content of the magasine will be limited to subscribers.

All issues of REDE are available here.

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