Bulletin of Soviet Justice: a two-week magazine / organ of the People's Commissariat of Justice of the Ukrainian SSR and the Legal Society of the Ukrainian SSR. - Kharkov: The Legal Publishing House of the NKYU of the Ukrainian SSR, 1922-1928. - Headings: Bulletin of Soviet Justice in Ukraine (1922, No. 1-2), News of Radiansky Justice (1929-1930), Revolutionary Right (March 1931 - May 1941), Radyanske Right (1957-1991), Law of Ukraine since 1992). Subtitle: 1922 No. 3 / 4-5 / 7 Monthly Journal of the People's Commissariat of Justice of the Ukrainian SSR; 1923 No. 2 - 1925 Two-week magazine: the organ of the People's Commissariat of Justice of the Ukrainian SSR and the Ukrainian Juridical Society; 1926-1928 Two-week magazine of the People's Commissariat of Justice and the Legal Society of the Ukrainian SSR. Publisher: 1922 People's Commissariat of Justice; 1923 No. 2 People's Commissariat of Justice and UYURO; 1923 No. 3 - 1928 Legal publishing house of the NKYU of the USSR. First editor - Evsei Gustavovich (Gdalievich) Shirvindt (1891-1958), Doctor of Law, Professor. The magazine had branches in Kiev, Odesa, Ekaterinoslav, Artemovsk, Poltava and Moscow. The journal printed articles of a general state and political nature, theoretical developments in various branches of law, highlighted the practice of law enforcement agencies, courts, arbitration, information was provided on the legal life. Among the authors of the scientific articles are: Professors M. Grodzinsky, V. Trakhterov, V. Gordon, V. Koretsky, S. Landkof, G. Matveyev, D. Suslo, S. Tikhenko and others.
I. Shirvindt, Alexey Gustavovich (1891-1958). II. USSR. People's Commissariat of Justice. III. Ukrainian Law Society (Kharkov). IV. Legal Society of the Ukrainian SSR.
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1928, No. 18 (124). - 1928. - P. 521-553. - Contents: The judicial system and the prosecutor's office / V. Radus-Zenkovich. Care for the family of the prisoner / prof. P. Lublinsky. Ordinance or polygamy / prof. B. Popov. International signal for assistance (SOS) in connection with the results of a march to the North of Soviet icebreakers / V. Golubev. The right to initiate a case of insolvency and the procedure for the production of the case / A. Kusikov, [and other materials]. - Bibliography in footnotes. - 3500 copies.