Maryland Tax Court The Maryland Tax Court, an independent agency, provides the highest administrative level in the state and local tax-related appeals process. Its mission is to provide an independent forum servicing all state taxpayers for the effective, fair and efficient hearing and resolutions of tax controversies.
3 хита EN 24.06.2003
Friedrich Hayek Hayek is regarded as a key figure in the 20th century revival of liberalism. This has led some folks to suggest that the works of Hayek are playing a role in our time something like the role the works of Adam Smith and John Locke played in their own -- meaning that Hayek's ideas are at the forefront of the movement towards a society based on freedom of association and exchange according to the rule of law, and away from the control of society from the center according to the whim of government. So the first thing to know about Hayek is that he has played a lead role in the current tide change away from statism and back to liberalism* -- regarded by many as a defining event of the 20th century.
0 хита EN 25.05.2003
Legal History and Philosophy For all who enjoy legal history and theory. This site is intended to include materials not easily found at other sites on the internet. This site will be modified occasionally. Sources currently include Sir Edward Coke, the Laws of the Cherokee Nation, Learned Hand, Francis Lieber, Abraham Lincoln, the Code of Hammurabi, the 1648 Laws of Massachusetts, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., Frederick Pollock, and Michael Dalton.
0 хита EN 25.05.2003
BAR/BRI To provide law students and bar exam takers the tools they need to excel on their exams.
1 хита EN 17.09.2002
American Civil Liberties Union The ACLU is our nationвs guardian of liberty, working daily in courts, legislatures and communities to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to all people in this country by the Constitution and laws of the United States.
0 хита EN 17.09.2002
Journal of Online Law The Journal of Online Law ("JOL") is an electronic publication of scholarly essays about law and online communications--law and cyberspace. The first issue was released early in June, 1995.
1 хита EN 09.09.2002
Journal of Internet Law The Journal of Internet Law is seeking article submissions. We are looking for articles written by attorneys, which discuss today's cutting-edge Internet and Technology law issues. The articles should range from 4 to 20 pages, and must not have been published in any other journal or periodical prior to the Journal's publication date.
2 хита EN 09.09.2002
Administrative Law Review The Administrative Law Review provides abstracts of selected pieces. For full copies, please contact the subscriptions department of the American Bar Association or obtain electronic copies from Lexis and Westlaw.
The National Criminal Justice Trial Advocacy Competition The Criminal Justice Section of the ABA and The John Marshall Law School win the 1998 ABA Section Officers Conference trophy for the best section program of the year, The National Criminal Justice Trial Advocacy Competition. Delivering the award is Jerome Shestack, president of the ABA. August 1998, Myrna Rader, Chair of the Criminal Justice Section, and John Marshall law professor Ronald C. Smith, accept the trophy.
1 хита EN 03.09.2002
Jean-Pictet Competition International humanitarian law pleading competition, based on role-playing and simulation, held in Europe
1 хита FR 03.09.2002
Coalition for the ICC Home Page on the International Criminal Court. The proposed International Criminal Court will be a permanent Court that will investigate and bring to justice individuals, not countries, who commit the most serious crimes of concern to the international community, such as genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity-including widespread murder of civilians, torture and mass rape. The ICC will be a global judicial institution, an international jurisdiction complementing national legal systems.
1 хита EN FR .. 03.09.2002
Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court It has been 50 years since the United Nations first recognized the need to establish an international criminal court, to prosecute crimes such as genocide. In resolution 260 of 9 December 1948, the General Assembly, "Recognizing that at all periods of history genocide has inflicted great losses on humanity; and being convinced that, in order to liberate mankind from such an odious scourge, international co-operation is required", adopted the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide. Article I of that convention characterizes genocide as "a crime under international law", and article VI provides that persons charged with genocide "shall be tried by a competent tribunal of the State in the territory of which the act was committed or by such international penal tribunal as may have jurisdiction . . ." In the same resolution, the General Assembly also invited the International Law Commission "to study the desirability and possibility of establishing an international judicial organ for the trial of persons charged with genocide . . ."
Request for support on Bulgarian European Court decision On 1 April 1997 the National Television of Bulgaria showed the public
statement of the Prosecutor General of Bulgaria concerning this decision.
Bulgarian Lawyers for Human Rights have a full tape recording of the statement.
Bulgaria ratifies the Criminal Law Convention on Corruption STRASBOURG, 07.11.2001 - Ambassador Yuri STERK, Permanent Representative of Bulgaria to the Council of Europe, today handed the instrument of ratification of the Criminal Law Convention on Corruption [ETS 173] to Walter Schwimmer, Secretary General of the Organisation.
Le Juriste est un magazine juridique publié tous les deux mois, destiné à tenir informés juristes et décideurs d'entreprise des derniers développements survenus dans les domaines du droit des affaires qui affecteront leur pratique.