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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 11, No 1 (2017)

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Articles

Advancing access to justice for the poor and vulnerable through legal clinics in Ethiopia: constraints and opportunities EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mizanie Abate, Alebachew Birhanu, Mihret Alemayehu 1-31
Deliverables and pledges under Ethiopian Trade Competition Law: the need for private sector empowerment and enablement EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Elias N. Stebek 32-63
Interrogating the economy-first paradigm in ‘Sustainable Development’: towards integrating development with the ecosystem in Ethiopia EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Tsegai Berhane Ghebretekle 64-87
Methods and manners of interpretation of criminal norms EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Simeneh Kiros Assefa 88-124
Notification and consultation of projects in Transboundary Water Resources: confidence building rather than legal obligation in the context of GERD EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Abiy Chelkeba 125-152
Rethinking Ethiopian Secured Transactions Law through comparative perspective: lessons from the Uniform Commercial Code of the US EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Asress Adimi Gikay 153-195
The Nile Basin Initiative and the Cooperative Framework Agreement: failing institutional enterprises? A Script in legal history of the Diplomatic Confront (1993–2016) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Tadesse Kassa Woldetsadik 196-228
Comment: Some thoughts on the organization of legal Practice in Ethiopia EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Tameru Wondim Agegnehu 229-238
Comment: The standards in admitting expert evidence in Ethiopia: some practical discrepancies EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Abreha Mesele Zinabu 239-247
Case Comment: Comment on the Cassation Division’s Decision in File No. 80119 (Amharic) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Gebreyesus Abegaz Yimer 248-254


ISSN: 1998-9881
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