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Vol. 10 No. 2 (2017): issue-2-december-2017

THE PROTECTION OF LEGITIMATE EXPECTATIONS IN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW: A HORIZONTAL PERSPECTIVE

Jerzy Parchomiuk

The term “protection of legitimate expectations” in administrative law traditionally draws our attention to vertical relationships between the Stat

THE SECURITIZATION OF NATIONAL MINORITIES IN THE BALTIC STATES

Aleksandra Kuczyńska-Zonik

The occupation of Crimea and war in Eastern Ukraine brought minority issues to the top of the Baltic security agenda. Although experts estimate that a

WEBSITE OPERATORS’ LIABILITY FOR OFFENSIVE COMMENTS: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF DELFI AS v. ESTONIA AND MTE & INDEX v. HUNGARY

Jūratė Šidlauskienė, Vaidas Jurkevičius

In 2013 and 2015, the ECtHR in the famous case of Delfi AS v. Estonia recognised the possibility for a website operator to be liable for the delayed re

EMPLOYERS AS NIGHTMARE READERS: AN ANALYSIS OF ETHICAL AND LEGAL CONCERNS REGARDING EMPLOYEREMPLOYEE PRACTICES ON SNS

Seili Suder, Andra Siibak

The aim of this interdisciplinary paper is to study the social reality surrounding the data processing practices employers and employees engage in on s

REGULATION OF UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEMS AND RELATED PRIVACY ISSUES IN LITHUANIA

Aurelija Pūraitė, Daiva Bereikienė, Neringa Šilinskė

In the past few years the use of unmanned aerial vehicles in Lithuania has significantly increased. However, enjoying the advantages of this technology

‘ACCESS TO JUSTICE’ AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE VAN GEND EN LOOS DOCTRINE: THE ROLE OF COURTS AND OF THE INDIVIDUAL IN EU LAW

Nasiya Daminova

The ‘access to justice’ within the meaning of the Treaty of Lisbon and the pertinent CJEU jurisprudence is primarily seen as access to the EU judic

REGIONAL COURTS AS JUDICIAL BRAKES?

Katrin Nyman Metcalf, Ioannis F. Papageorgiou

The article examines how regional integration courts can act as judicial brakes, at a time when “constitutional coups” – leaders staying in power

CORPORATE FORMS FACILITATING NON-PROFIT NETWORKING: FORMALIZING THE INFORMAL

Lyra Jakulevičienė, Regina Valutytė

Cooperation and networking among a variety of organisations for the purpose of research, projects, and other activities ranges from ad hoc to long term

SWITCHING POLITICAL NUCLEAR ENERGY PREFERENCES, CHANGING PUBLIC ATTITUDE

Dainius Genys, Ričardas Krikštolaitis

The aim of the paper is twofold - to cover the latest nuclear energy politics events and reveal the dynamics in public perception of nuclear energy by