On one hand, the periodical is a repository of rulings: including the summary of the most important adjudications of the past six months, which can attract the attention of the judicial litigation practice, local governmental legislators, lawyers providing legal representation and anyone else. On the other hand, the paper is a professional periodical, since the 'Studies' column places emphasis on the publication of writings which can prove to be of great use for practical and theoretical experts interested in the constitutional court. For example, the second issue published after the municipal elections focuses on the relationship between the Constitutional court and the local governments, revealing numerous aspects of this relationship.
|Format||2 times a year|
|Short description||The publication is part repository of rulings and part professional periodical.|