ICJ Journal vol. I no. 1 (1957)

This legal Journal is devoted to the administration of justice within different countries. It also strives to deepen understanding of and widen agreement on the principles of the rule of law in all countries.

This edition features:

  • Editorial: Domestic jurisdiction and international concern
  • Staff study: The quest of Polish lawyers for legality
  • The rule of law in Thailand by Sompong Sucharitkul
  • The treason trial in South Africa by Gerald Gardiner, QC
  • The Soviet procuracy and the rights of the individual against the state by Dietrich A. Loeber
  • The legal profession and the law: the bar in England and Wales
  • Book reviews:
    • -Glanville Williams, The Proof of Guilt, by J. M . van Bemmelen
    • -Tadeusz Taras, The Rights of the Accused in Poland, by George Dobry
    • -Robert Cushman, Civil Liberties in the United States, by Sompong Sucharitkul
    • -Serio Galeotti, The Judicial Control of Public Authorities in England and Italy; Charles J. Hamson, Executive Discretion and Judicial Control: An Aspect of the Conseil d’Etat, by George Dobry

ICJ Journal-I-1-1957-eng (full text in English, PDF)
ICJ Journal-I-1-1957-spa (full text in Spanish, PDF)

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