The editorial advisory board consists of academics based at universities across the globe. The language of the publication is English with abstracts and the occasional article in Slovenian. The major part of each issue is devoted to a specific theme, traditionally one concerning the international theoretical sphere, while the remainder of the issue is reserved for contributions centred on general topics, book reviews, essays, research reports and commentaries. Subscribers may also access past and current issues online. The journal is supported by the Ministry of Culture.
In one of the more recent issues of the journal titled How Does Law Communicate?, contributors opened a space for discussion on the question of the law and its public perception and its connection to the ideas of gender equality, free speech, media reporting and society in general: Free Speech and Ideology: Society, Politics, Law (Dario Mazzola), Virginia Governor’s “Executive Order 51”: How Control, Consent and Care Collide in Emergency Laws (Reingard Nethersole), The Sacrificial Communications of the Law During and after Apartheid (Jaco Barnard-Naudé), The Hermeneutics of Gender Equality Law in Europe (Sanja Ivic), Responding to Covid-19: Emergency Laws and the Return to Government in South Africa (Klaus Kotzé).