At the moment in Bulgaria there is no independent elaboration of the problems of the reception of Roman law and the formation of law in Europe. There is no textbook updated for the needs of teaching and seminars on Roman private law, and even less - for those taught from 201-2014. year new discipline "Roman Public Law". In this respect, Bulgaria lags significantly behind other countries, in which the respective disciplines have their own websites, and also publish electronic or printed magazines with novelistic themes. Separately, there is a significant number of teaching aids for seminars, tailored to the main courses, hours and interests of students. The experience of colleagues in this area can and should be shared.
So far, there have been no projects dedicated to the study and teaching of Roman law and the Roman legal tradition and the coordination of these activities at European level and the exchange of teachers and stuчdents under the Erasmus Program. In many other European countries, this has been the subject of special attention and funding for more than 30 years.
The project will fill a gap in the didactic literature, will create a prerequisite for teaching in accordance with modern trends, and at the same time will provide an opportunity for students and all those interested in historical and comparative research to get acquainted with leading publications. on the topic of the project.
The development of a website and a magazine in digital form is a suitable form for wider dissemination of information related to the project, for its continuous updating and supplementation and for adequate presentation in view of both the needs of the learning process and the wider interests of colleagues to Roman law and the Romance tradition.