29 Rev. Cent. & E. Eur. L. [i] (2004)

handle is hein.journals/rsl29 and id is 1 raw text is: Review of Central and East European Law
Volume 29, No.1, 2004
J.D. Kahn, Russia's Dictatorship of Law and the European Court
of Human Rights                                          1-14
Vladimir A. Kanachevskii, International Organizations and Foreign
States: Participants in Civil Law Relations in Russia   15-34
Helle Blomquist, Legal Education, Profession and Society Transition:
Reform of Lithuanian Legal Education                   35-95
Catalin Tripon, Selected Issues on the Incorporation Process in
Romania and Thoughts on its Improvement in Light of the
Delaware Model:A Note                                 97-124
Book Review                                             125-127
List of Contributors                                    129-130

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