6 edition of Judicial law-making in post-Soviet Russia found in the catalog.
Judicial law-making in post-Soviet Russia
Vereshchagin, A. N.
Simultaneously published in the USA and Canada.
|LC Classifications||KLB1679 .V45 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781844721108, 9781844721115|
|LC Control Number||2006039725|
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