Role of Law, Human Rights and Social Justice, Justice Systems, Commerce, and Law Curriculum

David A. Frenkel

ISBN: 978-960-598-104-4, 236 pages

First published in 2017 by ATINER

Price: Paperback: 50 (It includes Shipping and Handling)

Electronic copy: 30

Table of Contents

List of Contributors

5

Introduction

David A. Frenkel

9

Encountering UTOPIA: Social Stresses and Responsibilities of the Lawyer

Michael P. Malloy

13

EMIGRES: Lost in a Sea of Ignorance

Ronald C. Griffin

25

Burden Sharing and Dublin Rules Challenges of Relocation of Asylum Seekers

Lehte Roots

47

Punishment for Unjust War: First International Court Decision Awarding Damaged for Aggression: Will it be enforced?

Allen E. Shoenberger

63

Followers and Failures of the Disabled Persons Individual Complaints in the Same European Union (EU) Family

Ivan K. Mugabi

75

The Right to Enjoy a Decent Lifestyle in Israel: Encouraging Disabled People to Work. The Case of the Laron Law National Insurance Law (Amendment 109), 2008

Assaf Meydani

105

Solon the Lawgiver: Inequality of Resources and Equality before the Law

Vasileios Adamidis

121

Sovereign Person in View of the Abolition Age

Kyong-son Kang

139

The Non-Usage of Jury Trials in Papua New Guinea

Thomas P. Corbin, J. & Godfrey Langtry

149

Some Amongst the Great Goods cannot live together: Value Conflict. Incommensurability and Civil Procedure

Dominic J. De Saulles

161

Impact of Financial Crisis on Directors Liability: Lithuanian Experiecne in Comparative Perspective

Valentinas Mikelènas & Paulius Miliauskas

183

A New Face of the Insolvency Law

Lavinia-Olivia Iancu

195

The Application of the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts by the International Commercial Arbitration at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation and by State Courts of the Russian Federation

Yulia Shabalina

203

Graduate Employability How Can Universities Best Meet Student Expectations

Jason Tucker

219