The Nuclear Law Bulletin is a unique international publication for both professionals and academics in the field of nuclear law. It provides readers with authoritative and comprehensive information on nuclear law developments. Published free online twice a year in both English and French, it features topical articles written by renowned legal experts, covers legislative developments worldwide and reports on relevant case law, bilateral and international agreements as well as regulatory activities of international organisations.
The 107th edition of the Nuclear Law Bulletin includes case law from Canada, Japan, Germany and the United States; national reports from Belarus, Brazil, Greece, the Slovak Republic, and the United States; and reports on intergovernmental activity. Also included are “Reflections on the negotiations of the Protocols to amend the Paris and Brussels Supplementary Conventions” by Marc Léger and feature articles and studies in this issue are “Significant legal developments concerning ‘independent’ regulatory agencies in the United States and what it could mean for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission” by Eric Michel, and “Slovak legal system for ensuring feasible nuclear back-end system implementation Part 2: Outlook for future development” by Martin Macášek, Michal Šnírer and Vladimír Slugeň.