UWM Law Review, Volume 3

 Articles

  1. The obligatory preliminary ruling procedure and its enforcement in the Czech and Slovak legal order (Václav Stehlík)
  2. The sick person: from the emergence of its legal significance to the European Charter of Patients’ Rights (Michele Dionigi)
  3. Personhood and the Right to Life under the European Convention of Human Rights: Current and Future Challenges of Modern (Bio-)Technology (Stefan Kirchner)
  4. “Thinking on History” from Hannah Arendt’s perspective (Paweł Polaczuk)
  5. American Selection of Judges at a State and Federal Level (some aspects) (Edyta Sokalska)
  6. The influence of knowledge on economy in Polish voivodships and in the regions of the United Kingdom as measured by the Knowledge Economy Index (KEI) (Benedykt Puczkowski)
  7. Control and internal audit in local government (Paweł Romaniuk)
  8. Roman law as the basis of standardization of private law in the European Union member states (Bronisław Sitek)

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UWM Law Review, Volume 2

Articles

  1. Urkunden zum neubabylonischen Gesellschaftsrecht (Alessandro Hirata)
  2. State Administration of Judiciary in Jurisprudence of the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic: Several Remarks to the Conflicts Between Judicial and Executive Powers Concerning Administration of Courts (Michal Bartoň)
  3. Impact of the European Court’s Case Law on the Application Process of Community Law in EU Member States (Katarína Príkazská)
  4. Double “yes” to Lisbon Treaty – Double yes to the pooled sovereignty concept. Few remarks on two decisions of the Czech Constitutional Court (Ondrej Hamuľák)

Proceedings of the Conference on Historical Roots of Contemporary Immovable Property Law (Olsztyn, February 26, 2009)

  1. Genesis of Fraud and its Projection in the Present-day Criminal Field (Silvestre Bello Rodriguez)
  2. The Publicity in the Transfer of Real Estate in Roman Law (José Luis Zamora Manzano)
  3. The Ways of Using the Public Places in Municipalities on the Turn of the Republic and the Principate and the Contemporary Similarities in Polish Self-Government Law (Bronisław Sitek)
  4. Protection from the Injury Threatening from Neighbouring Property in Roman law and Protection from the Anticipated Injury in the Art. 439 of the Polish Civil Code (Marek Sobczyk)

Students’ selected papers

Wrongful life: issue for modern European legislation (Adrian Szczudłowski)

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UWM Law Review, Volume 1

Articles

  1. Maximizing Social Minimums: Political Liberalism, Property Rights, and International Drug Patents, Mitch Avila
  2. Access to information of administrative officials in Max Weber’s perception of bureaucracy, Edyta Sokalska
  3. Society’s right to information on the natural environment under EU and Polish law, Magdalena Sitek
  4. The Right to Information And Knowledge: A Critical debate in Iranian law System, Fariba sanjari moghadam
  5. Right to Knowledge and Human Development in Asia, Thomas Hong-Soon Han
  6. Freedom of information in the global information society – the question of The Internet Bill of Rights, Joanna Kulesza
  7. The Employees’ Right to Information on Interference in Their Privacy in the Workplace, Joanna Markiewicz
  8. The Right of the Public to be Properly Informed under Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights, Agata Dimmich