ICJ Journal vol. IV no. 2 (1963)

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
  • Reflections on the rule of law and in particular on the principle of administrative action, by Hans Klecatsky
  • Reflections on the rule of law, by René Cassin
  • Judicial power and the authority of the state in the Federal Republic of Germany, by Gerhard Leibholz
  • The principle of legality: the rule of law – myth or reality?, by G. D’arboussier
  • The rule of law: New Dehli- Lagos- Rio de Janeiro- some reflections on a journey with excursions to Chicago and Warsaw, by Norman S. Marsh
  • The evolving concept of the rule of law, an American view, by Whitney N. Seymour and Saul L. Sherman
  • Some thoughts on the rule of law, by J. Jiménez De Aréchaga
  • Austria and the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, by Viktor Liebscher
  • Problems involved in the protection of fundamental human rights and liberties in the practice of the Italian Constitutional Court, by Annarosa Pizzi
  • The Ombudsman in New Zealand (part II), by A.G. Davis
  • A chronicle of constitutional cases: judicial review of the constitutionality of the electoral laws, a staff study
  • Document: Report on a seminar held at Bangalore from July 6-8 1962, under the auspices of the Indian Commission of Jurists and the Mysore State Commission of Jurists
  • Book reviews

ICJ Journal-IV-2-1963-eng (full text in English, PDF)
ICJ Journal-IV-2-1963-spa (full text in Spanish, PDF)

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