Przegląd Prawa Publicznego [Public Law Review] is an academic journal whose aim is to publish articles, review articles, reviews,
commentaries on judgments, and reports on academic conferences, symposiums and seminars devoted to a broad spectrum of questions relating to laws
enacted through public interaction. These questions comprise not only ones that are typical of the cognitive purposes of administrative law studies in
the traditional approach, that is, enacting and applying the norms of substantive and procedural administrative law, as well as administrative law on
the system of government. The papers published in the journal concern also research problems from the remit of those branches and sub-disciplines of
legal scholarhip that analyse regulations whose character is similar to that of administrative law norms (ones based on the administrative law
method), such as public commercial law or financial law, or ones that concern the broad context of functioning of the legal system and public
authorities in general, such as the mechanisms of socio-economic governance or the genesis and functions of law.
The author receives 20 points for a publication in Public Law Review
(according to the Annex to the Communication of the Minister of Education and Science of 9 February 2021, as amended by the Communication of 18 February 2021, regarding the list of academic journals and reviewed materials from international conferences, issued on the basis of Article 267(3) of the Act on Higher Education and Science of 20 July 2018, Polish Journal of Laws [Dziennik Ustaw], consolidated text: 2021, item 478, as amended).
The journal is included in the international European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences (ERIH+) database.
In line with these assumptions, the manuscripts submitted to Przegląd Prawa Publicznego are published in the following thematic sections: Institutions of Public Law; Substantive Administrative Law; Procedural Law; Administrative System; Financial Law; Tax Law; Law for Businesses; Employment in Administration; Constitutional Law; Public International Law; Institutional Analysis; Theory of Law; History of Administration.
The aim of the journal is not only to disseminate knowledge of the law within the classic academic paradigm, which originated from legal positivism, but also to promote new approaches to research of the law, based on identifying the role of the law in the whole axiomatic system, with particular emphasis on the teleological and functional elements of academic reflection on the law.