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Title
Authors
Problems of the Doctrinal Interpretation of Law
Arzamasov Y.G.
Freedom of Expression in the Case Law of the European Court of Human Rights: Old Approaches and New Tendencies in Interpretation of Article 10 of the ECHR
Soboleva A.K.
PHILOSOPHICAL AND LEGAL NATURE OF THE LAW PRINCIPLE: METHODOLOGICAL PROBLEMS OF RESEARCH
Skorobogatov A.V., Krasnov A.V.
Leader in law theory: in memory of Alexander Fedorovich Cherdantsev
Vlasenko N.A.
“Equality of arms” in criminal procedure in the context of the right to a fair trial
Khalilov F.Y.
Judicial practice in the law reality of Russia: experience of a comprehensive research
Skorobogatov A.V., Krasnov A.V.
Constitutional silence on election postponement in Ethiopia amidst a pandemic: A critique of constitutional interpretation
Salemot M.A.
LEGAL INTERPRETATION IN RUSSIAN LAW: THE UNITY OF THE METHODOLOGICAL AND ACTIVITY APPROACHES
Gavrilova Y.A.
HERMENEUTICS AND ITS POTENTIAL FOR CRIMINAL LAW SCIENCE
Bochkarev S.A.
Theory of Constitutional Interpretation in Activity of U.S. Supreme Court
Safonov V.N.
Judge as a new sovereign: voluntaristic interpretation theory of M. Troper
Timoshina E.V.
Indemnification Problems, Caused by Actions (Inaction) or Decisions of Government Bodies and Their Public Officials within Administrative Process
Maskaeva I.I.
The Future of Case Law in Russia
Grebennikov V.V., Grudtsina L.Y.
S.F. Udartsev. Constitution and evolution of a society (issues of theory and legal philosophy)
Nurpeisov E.K.
THE PROBLEM OF JUSTICIABILITY OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN SITUATIONS OF THEIR COMPETITION AND THE PRINCIPLE OF PROPORTIONALITY
Timoshina E.V.
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