KAZAN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW, 2017, том 2, № 3
KAZAN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW, 2017, том 2, № 3
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KAZAN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW : научно-практический журнал. - Москва : Деловой стиль, 2017. - Т. 2, № 3. - 111 с. - ISSN 2541-8823. - Текст : электронный. - URL: https://znanium.com/catalog/product/1705387 (дата обращения: 16.06.2021)
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KAZAN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW Volume 2, Autumn 2017, Number 3 Journal President: Ildar Tarkhanov (Kazan Federal University, Russia) Journal Editor-in-Chief: Damir Valeev (Kazan Federal University, Russia) International Editorial Council: Sima Avramović (University of Belgrade, Serbia) Susan W. Brenner (University of Dayton School of Law, USA) William E. Butler (The Pennsylvania State University, USA) Michele Caianiello (University of Bologna, Italy) Peter C.H. Chan (City University of Hong Kong, China) Hisashi Harata (University of Tokio, Japan) Tomasz Giaro (University of Warsaw, Poland) Haluk Kabaalioğlu (Yeditepe University, Turkey) Gong Pixiang (Nanjing Normal University, China) William E. Pomeranz (Kennan Institute, USA) Ezra Rosser (American University Washington College of Law, USA) George Rutherglen (University of Virginia, USA) Franz Jürgen Säcker (Free University of Berlin, Germany) Paul Schoukens (KU Leuven, Belgium) Carlos Henrique Soares (Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais, Brazil) Jean-Marc Thouvenin (Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense University, France) Russian Editorial Board: Aslan Abashidze (Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, Russia) Adel Abdullin (Kazan Federal University, Russia) Lilia Bakulina (Kazan Federal University, Russia) Igor Bartsits (The Russian Presidental Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Russia) Ruslan Garipov (Kazan Federal University, Russia) Vladimir Gureev (Russian State University of Justice (RLA Russian Justice Ministry), Russia) Pavel Krasheninnikov (State Duma of the Russian Federation, Russia) Valery Lazarev (The Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation, Russia) Ilsur Metshin (Kazan Federal University, Russia) Anatoly Naumov (Academy of the Prosecutor's Office of the Russian Federation, Russia) Zavdat Safin (Kazan Federal University, Russia) Evgeniy Vavilin (Saratov State Academy of Law, Russia)
KAZAN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW Volume 2, Autumn 2017, Number 3 «KAZAN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW» (registered by The Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Communications in Russia on 17 November 2016 (certificate number PI № FS 77-67763 (ПИ № ФС 77-67763)) Publication: four issues per year (one issue per quarter) Editorial office: room 326, 18 Kremlyovskaya St., KAZAN, 420008 Russia ISSN 2541-8823 The reprint of materials of the journal “Kazan University Law Review” is allowed only with the consent of the Publisher. Link to the source publication is obligatory. The Publisher or the Editor’s office does not render information and consultations and does not enter into correspondence. Manuscripts can not be returned. The Founder and the Publisher are not responsible for the content of advertisements and announcements. Opinions expressed in the contributions are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official view of the organizations they are affiliated with or this publication. KAZAN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW Volume 2, Autumn 2017, Number 3 Journal executive secretaries: Marat Zagidullin (Kazan Federal University, Russia) Jarosław Turłukowski (University of Warsaw, Poland) Editor of English texts: Randolph W. Davidson (USA, Italy) Assistant of Editor-in-Chief: Elena Bazilevskikh (Kazan Federal University, Russia) Journal team: Rustem Davletgildeev, Ruslan Sitdikov, Ivan Korolev, Maxim Voronin, Marat Shamsutdinov, Ramil Gayfutdinov, Ivan Novikov, Iskander Asatullin, Durmishkhan Afkhazava, Nikita Makolkin, Alina Astafyeva, Anastasiia Bychkova, Murat Kamarov, Kamilla Khabipova, Ilana Kochetova, Iuliia Ustkachkintseva.
KAZAN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW Volume 2, Autumn 2017, Number 3 Dear Readers, I am delighted to welcome you to the third regular issue of the Kazan University Law Review 2017. This issue of the journal presents articles on cur- rent topics in theory and practice of Russian and foreign law. The opening article by Vladimir Orlov and Vladimir Yarkov, esteemed scholars, our colleagues from Finland (University of Helsinki) and Russia (Ural State Law University), is about the specifics of recognition and execution of international arbitration decisions. This topic is extremely relevant today in connection with the ongoing reforms in Russia in the field of arbitration and arbitration proceedings. The authors of the article note that the new Russian arbitration law has improved the regulation of arbitration in Russia with respect to the system of internal arbitration by providing adequate rules for the organizational and procedural bases for arbitration, decision-making and termination of proceedings, “friendly proceedings” and recourse against the arbitral award, and also the rules on responsibility for the enforcement of the award. The provisions of the new law follow the UNCITRAL Model Regulations while maintaining some of the features that are typical only of Russian legislation in the field of enforcement of arbitral awards. The article by our colleague Professor Dr. Michael Stürner, M. Jur. (Oxford Uni- versity), University of Konstanz, Judge at the Higher Regional Court of Karlsruhe, examines the role of the German Supreme Court in the system of civil justice. After a brief overview of the institutional aspects, the author devotes his attention to the subject of access to justice in the federal courts, as well as evolving judicial control in the area of appeal. Russian law, and especially the science of criminal law, is the subject taken up by Anatoly Naumov in the article by this outstanding graduate of Kazan University, Professor of the Academy of the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Russian Federation, who gives a detailed account of this field of law. It is fortunate for us that the author devoted his studies to the history of the formation and development of the School of Criminal Law at Kazan University. His article highlights the scientific traditions formed in Kazan and shows their role in modern criminal law, including the interpretation of the rules of criminal law legislation relevant today. This issue’s Comments section contains a joint article by two of our colleagues from Russian universities, Dmitry Lipinsky, Doctor of Law, Professor, Togliatti State
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