THE SCHOOL OF LAW IN CLUJ (I)

Corina Cristina Buzdugan, Cristian Colceriu

Abstract


In the post-war period the law was characterized through an obscuration of the scientific creation within the juridical plane as well as through a cleavage with the Western juridical doctrine. The scientific creation was almost entirely affiliated to the doctrinarian orientations of the Soviet Union and the pursued finality was to find some solutions of implementing the principles consecrated by the Soviet Union’s theory and judiciary practice, within the Romanian theory and juridical practice. The circumstances have determined an eloquent decline of the Romanian juridical doctrine as well as the depletion of the content of the published juridical works. This decline was only contracted starting with 1964, when the Romanian communist regime in power raptured ideologically from the communist regime in power in the Soviet Union. The Romanian juridical doctrine recommenced the contact with the Western juridical doctrine, especially with the French, Italian, German and Anglo-American ones which it started to use as a source of inspiration and at the same time as a model. In the period following the 1989 revolution, the conditions of Romania’s transition to a market economy were created, the free circulation of goods being able to manifest itself to its fullest, thereby new domains of assertion of the Romanian juridical doctrine were opened, which took on new valences and an ascending trend of development. The elite of the Cluj jurists of the XXth Century is susceptible to classification based on only one criteria, that of the domain in which they spent their scientific research activity and regarding the development of which they brought on their own contribution.

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