Scientific journal, annual: "Journal of Polish-Georgian Law" is published by the Institute of Law and Administration of the Pomeranian University in Słupsk, Faculty of Law of the University of Ivane Javakhishvili in Tbilisi and Tbilisi Open University.
The main goal is to introduce the political systems of both countries, as well as history and political and legal thought. A comparative list of topics that give opinions on comparative, legal and system ports.
The editorial staff is composed of: dr hab. Przemysław Dąbrowski (editor-in-chief), prof. Nugzar Surguladze (chairman - from the Georgian side), assoc. prof. Marina Garishvili (deputy editor), dr Marcin Glicz (deputy editor), dr Demetre Egnatashvili (secretary) and dr Oskar Kanecki (secretary).
The scientific council consists of: prof. dr Irakli Burduli, prof. dr hab. dr h.c. Dariusz Szpoper, prof. dr Moris Shalikashvili, dr Assoc. Andrzej Pukszto (Lithuania), dr hab. Mikołaj Tarkowski.
The journal covers the sections of: public law, private law, state history and political and legal thought. As part of them, articles in English and Russian are published. The journal is published in the traditional form as well as in the streamlined version on the Institute's website. The first issue will be released in 2020.