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Mizan Law Review publishes peer reviewed scholarly articles that identify, examine, explore and analyze legal and related principles, stipulations and concepts based on research findings. Mizan’s articles aim at interpretation, description, exploration and diagnosis towards the solution of problems (or legal issues) including proactive critique and projection that assist the development of laws. It focuses on Ethiopian laws or other laws relevant to Ethiopia. The journal also publishes non-peer reviewed thematic comments, notes, sharing thoughts, case comments and cases upon review and approval by the Editorial team. The target public of the journal include law schools, courts, legal departments of institutions (public, private, NGO), libraries, various members of the legal profession, Embassies in Ethiopia, and non-lawyers who are interested in interdisciplinary reading on particular themes.

Vol 10, No 2 (2016)

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Articles

Federalism as an Instrument for Unity and the Protection of Minorities: A Comparative Overview: Ethiopia, India and the US EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Legesse Tigabu Mengie 265-295
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/mlr.v10i2.1
Protection of the Right to Freedom of Assembly under Ethiopian Law: Gaps and the Way Forward EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Tsega Andualem Gelaye 296-340
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/mlr.v10i2.2
The Normative Basis for Decision on the Merits in Commercial Arbitration: The Extent of Party Autonomy EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Seyoum Yohannes Tesfay 341-365
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/mlr.v10i2.3
The Practice of Informal Changes to the Ethiopian Constitution in the Course of Application EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Nigussie Afesha 366-399
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/mlr.v10i2.4
The Proposed Plea Bargaining in Ethiopia: How it Fares with Fundamental Principles of Criminal law and Procedure EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Alemu Meheretu 400-429
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/mlr.v10i2.5
Comment: Interactive Problem-Solving Interventions as Instrument of Conflict Transformation: Prospects and Challenges EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Frew Demeke Alemu 430-447
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/mlr.v10i2.6
Comment: Some Remarks on Ethiopia’s New Cybercrime Legislation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Kinfe Micheal Yilma 448-458
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/mlr.v10i2.7


ISSN: 1998-9881
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