Legal journal

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Legal journal

Area of ​​Expertise Jurisprudence
language German
publishing company Mohr Siebeck Verlag
First edition 1951
Frequency of publication Fortnightly
Web link Legal journal
ISSN (print)

The Juristenteitung (JZ) (spelling JuristenZeitung ) is a legal journal . It has existed since 1951 and is the successor to the Süddeutsche Juristen-Zeitung , which was published from 1946 to 1950. It appears in 24 issues a year by Mohr Siebeck Verlag and was identified as the leading general legal journal in the German-speaking area in a ranking published in the JZ in 2009. Martin Idler has been the editor since 2007.

Before that, the Deutsche Juristen-Zeitung, founded by Paul Laband , had been published by Otto Liebmann, and later by C. H. Beck , from 1896 . It was published by Carl Schmitt from 1934 and, after Schmitt's disempowerment, was included in the journal of the Academy for German Law in 1936 , which was also published by C. H. Beck.


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Individual evidence

  1. Marcel Gröls, Tanja Gröls: A ranking of legal journals. In: Legal journal. Vol. 64, 2009, issue 17, pp. 488–499, here p. 491 ( PDF ).
  2. ^ Michael Stolleis : History of Public Law in Germany. Weimar Republic and National Socialism. Special edition. Beck, Munich 2002, ISBN 3-406-48960-5 , p. 300 f. (Former title: History of Public Law in Germany. Vol. 3).