Since 1992, the East European Constitutional Review has covered the challenges and obstacles of postsocialist law and politics. Its aim is to give an in-the-trenches understanding of the dilemmas of postsocialist legal reform and to serve as a vital and lively forum for discussion and debate about pressing issues of the rule of law. The journal tracks the constitutional development of the region through quarterly offerings of academic articles, roundtables, and symposia by regional and foreign scholars. The journal also offers country-by-country updates — regular, balanced, empirical information gathered and presented by local experts. These updates, which map the process of constitutional and legal change, currently cover 19 countries. Together with its Russian-language sister edition, based in Moscow, the journal reaches academics, policy-makers, lawyers, judges, students, and activists in more than 50 countries. Its articles are also regularly translated into a dozen other languages and are consistently assigned as part of the law school curriculum in more than 30 countries. Professor Holmes is editor-in-chief of the journal
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