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Vol. 5 No. 2 (2012): Issue 2 (December 2012)

THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY AND PRIVATE DETECTIVE ACTIVITIES IN LITHUANIA

Mindaugas Bilius

Private detectives have been providing their services in Lithuania for about a decade; however, only now has the Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania st

INTERPRETERS OF THE CONSTITUTION: THE PROBLEM OF TYPOLOGY

Gediminas Mesonis

The significance of the most important legal act—the Constitution—to the social medium is evident. This constituent act of the nation determines th

PRO BONO WORK VS. LEGAL AID: APPROACHES TO ENSURING ACCESS TO JUSTICE AND THE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF THE ATTORNEY

Edita Gruodytė, Stefan Kirchner

In many jurisdictions middle- and low-income individuals obtain only a relatively modest share of lawyers’ services. In a society ruled by law, every

THE EU PRACTICE OF HORIZONTAL AGREEMENT ASSESSMENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE RULE OF PROVIDING DE MINIMIS EXEMPTION

Andrius Puksas

This article analyses the practice of horizontal agreement assessment in accordance with its impact on competition. The following research is based on

FACULTY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN CANADIAN UNIVERSITIES

Mindaugas Kiškis

This article reports on a qualitative study of Intellectual Property regulation in Canadian universities, visited by the author. The study was based on

SCIENTISTS OF THE STATE, SCIENCE OF THE STATE, AND THE STATE: AUSTRIAN AND GERMAN PUBLIC LAWYERS IN THE SHORT 20TH CENTURY PART 1: THE AGE OF CATASTROPHE, 1914-1945

Roman Puff

Between the First World War and the end of the Cold War, Germany and Austria, whose legal cultures were highly interdependent in terms of persons, conc

HOSTES HUMANI GENERIS: CYBERSPACE, THE SEA, AND SOVEREIGN CONTROL

Julija Kalpokienė, Ignas Kalpokas

Cyberspace is a new global space that is yet not fully explored nor effectively regulated. The authors are not sketching a regulatory framework for cyb

BOOK REVIEWS: REBEL CITIES; STATES OF WAR: ENLIGHTENMENT ORIGINS OF THE POLITICAL; AND THE COMMUNIST POSTSCRIPT

Edvardas Giedraitis, Ignas Kalpokas, Mindaugas Bundza

This article contains three book reviews, each of which relates in its own way to the larger academic category of political theory. The reviewed books