giovedì 15 maggio 2014

Beijing Law Review call for papers

Beijing Law Review (BLR) is a peer-reviewed open access journal. 
We would like to invite you to submit related papers to us via the Paper Submission System.

Published Articles in BLR
• Smart Grid Law and Regulation—Case Study of Tafila Smart Grid
  Author(s): Mohammad Mahasneh, Qais Alsafasfeh
• Edict in Pre-Colonial India: An Analysis from the New Haven Perspective1
  Author(s): Fozia Nazir Lone
• Notes on Constitutional Endurance
  Author(s): Dag Anckar
• Overview of the Australian Commonwealth Administrative Law System: Preliminary Issues for Consideration
  Author(s): Francisco Esparraga
• Interpretation of Article One of the Convention against Torture in Light of the Practice and Jurisprudence of International Bodies
  Author(s): Kidus Meskele

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domenica 11 maggio 2014

Dickens as Legal Historian

Exceptionally at the Almo Collegio Borromeo
a conference of Cristina Costantini on
Dickens as a legal Historian
on Monday 12 h. 20,30

The more and more the Faculty of Pavia is getting interested in the widespread of the studies in comparative law and literature which have been brought about in recent years at Bergamo, Turin Verona and Perugia.

We can't but appreciate the fact that people so distant in method amd attitude, like law philosopher finally reach the bulk of the newer comparative way of addressing the liminal boundary between legal systems from the standpoin of literature.


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