Guidelines for Authors

Please, prepare your manuscript before submission, using the following guidelines: The submitted paper should meet the following requirements:

All used sources are referred in footnotes at the bottom of the page. All footnotes are numbered in sequence. There is no mandatory  used sources list at the end of the article. (For more detailed information please use the Bluebook guidlines)


Loughlin M., Foundations of Public Law, London, 2012, 5.


Dworkin R., Justice for Hedgehogs, Harvard University Press, 2011, 156.



Chapter in the Book


Raz J., Can There Be a Theory of Law?, in: The Blackwell Guide to the Philosophy of Law and Legal Theory, Edited by M.P. Golding and W.A. Edmundson, Blackwell Publishing, 2005, 144.


Translated Book


Barak A., Purposive Interpretation in Law, Translated by S. Bashi, Princeton University Press, 2011, 154.




Fuller L.L., Consideration and Form, Columbia Law Review, Vol.41, No.5, 1941, 800.


Translated Article


Radbruch G., Five Minutes of Legal Philosophy, Translated by B.L. Paulson and S.L. Paulson, Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, Vol.26, No.1, 2006, 14.




Administrative Procedural Code of Georgia, 2004, Art. 2(5).


Constitution of the United States of America, 1787, Art.7.


Constitutional Court of Georgia


Public Defender of Georgia v. Parliament of Georgia, Decision N2/7/1631 of the Constitutional Court of Georgia, 7 November 2022, II-12.


Ordinary Courts of Georgia


Judgement Nბს-1168-1136(კ-10) of the Supreme Court of Georgia, 10 January 2011, par.11.


Decision N2/17071-14 of Tbilisi City Court, 19 May 2015, par. 3.11.



European Court of Human Rights


The Former King of Greece and Others v. Greece [ECtHR], App. no. 25701/94, 28 November 2002, par. 15.


European Court of Justice


Laurent Pech v. Council of the European Union [CJEU], C-408/21 P, 21 April 2021, par. 91.