ICJ Journal vol. V no. 1 (1964)
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:
- Economic crimes in the Soviet Union, a staff study
- The role of the lawyer in the economic and social development of his country within the framework of the rule of law, by Elbert M. Byrd, Jr.
- Independence of judges in the state if Israel, by Y. Eisenberg
- The right of arrested persons to communicate with those whom it is necessary for them to consult in order to ensure their defence or to protect their essential interest, a report of the ICJ
- Documents- meeting of the French and British sections of the ICJ:
- -Crown privilege, by Sir Frederick Lawton
- -Privilege and evidence in the criminal courts, by Nicolas Jacob
- -Right of asylum (summary), by L.J. Blom-Cooper
- -The right of asylum in France, by Jaqueline Rochette
- Book reviews:
- -The Law of International Institutions, by D.W. Bowett
- -Changing law in developing countries, by J.N.D. Anderson, ed.
- -Soviet administrative legality, the role of the attorney-general’s office, by Glen G. Morgan
- -Le régime juridique des étrangers en France, by Alphonse Romeu-Poblet
- -The legal aspects of the Hungarian question, by J.A. Szikszoy
- -Der Strafkodex der Ungarischen Volksrepublik, by Ladislaus Mezöty
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