April 13, 2012
by Emily Osgood
JURIST Guest Columnist Dmytro Vorobey is an LL.M. Candidate at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, and has interned at the district prosecutor's office and the district court in Novomoskovk, Ukraine. Here Vorobey provides a critique of Ukraine's progress towards implementing consistent ...[read more]
February 26, 2011
by Ben Klaber
JURIST Guest Columnist Volker Behr of the University of Augsburg says the European Community has unified many areas of international civil procedure and private international law over a short period of time. Many stakeholders will benefit from the changes and lawmakers worldwide should take note... ...[read more]
August 31, 2005
by Jamie Sterling
The Chinese government signed a Memorandum of Understanding Wednesday agreeing to collaborate with the UN's human rights agency to reform the Chinese legal system in preparation for the adoption of a key UN treaty on civil and political rights. The agreement to revise China's Criminal ...[read more]
February 2, 2005
by Jeannie Shawl
US District Judge Alvin Hellerstein ruled Wednesday that the Central Intelligence Agency should comply with Freedom of Information Act requests made by the American Civil Liberties Union and turn over its records concerning the treatment of prisoners in Iraq. The CIA had argued that it should not ...[read more]

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