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Mizan Law Review publishes peer reviewed original scholarly articles that identify, examine and analyze legal and related concepts, principles and stipulations based on research findings. The articles aim at interpretation, diagnosis, problem-solving, proactive critique and projection that assist the application and development of laws in Ethiopia. The journal focuses on law in action relating to Ethiopian laws, comparative laws and various themes under international law. It also publishes non-peer reviewed thematic comments, notes, sharing thoughts and case comments based on internal review. Mizan Law Review is published by the Center for Law in Sustainable development, St. Mary’s University (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia).

The electronic ISSN for this journal is 2309-902X.
Indexed in DOAJ:  8 September 2010 


Vol 13, No 1 (2019)

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Articles

Amicable Dispute Resolution in Civil and Commercial Matters in Ethiopia: Negotiation, Conciliation and Compromise EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Tecle Hagos Bahta 1-30
Sense and Nonsense in the Regulation of Equipment Financing Business in Ethiopia EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Fekadu Petros Gebremeskel 31-62
The Quest for Identity and Self-Determination in the SNNP Region of Ethiopia EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Beza Dessalegn, Nigussie Afesha 63-90
The Procedure for the Creation of New Regional States under the FDRE Constitution: Some Overlooked Issues EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Tessema Simachew Belay, Habtamu Simachew Belay 91-122
Towards a Better Commercial Arbitration: Should Ethiopia Ratify the New York Convention? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mesfin Beyene 123-152
Comment: Filing Suit in the Wrong Court and its Effect in Interrupting Period of Limitation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Yehualashet Tamiru Tegegen 153-165
Comment: The Principle of Universal Jurisdiction for Massive Human Right Violation of the Past: An International and Ethiopian Perspective EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Adi Dekebo Dale 166-178
Comment: The Role of Courts in Safeguarding the Best Interest of the Child (Amharic) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Abreha Mesele, Mekonnen Nigussie 179-190


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