Weekly of Soviet Justice. - Moscow: The Legal Publishing House of the NKJ of the RSFSR, 1922-1929. - The main editors of the "Weekly of Soviet Justice" were N. Cherlyunchakevich (1922), A. Lisitsin (1922-1923), N. Krylenko (1923-1925), D. Kursky (1926-1928 biennium ), J. Brandenburg (1928-1929), P. Stuchka (1929). Since 1928 the "Weekly of Soviet Justice" is published three times a month with the annex "Judicial practice of the RSFSR" edited by the Chairman of the Supreme Court RSFSR P. Stuchki. Закл: 1930-1993 - Soviet Justice, 1994-2001 - Russian Justice
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1922, No. 39/40 (27 Oct.-4 Nov.). - 1922. - 48, [VIII] p. - Contents: The Law on Judicial System. The struggle for revolutionary legitimacy / Lisitsyn. Labor Code / Ryndziunsky. New Land Code / Gudima. Bribery and Criminal Repression / Estrin. Draft decree on inheritance from the point of view of common principles of law and living conditions / Vavin. About one forgotten position / Yakubson. To the question of the individualization of the accused / Segalov. Accounting card and horse stealing / Pavlovsky. Review of Soviet legislation during the period from 5 to 22 October 1922 / Braginsky. Murder from compassion / S. Moscow housing and communal services are guilty in the housing crisis in Moscow / Z. Something about the rights and obligations of members of the housing association / Luchaninov. What is needed to complement the Angle. Process. Code / K. Draft Civil Procedure Code. Organization of legal schools in Russia. Curriculum jurid. schools. Reorganization of transport tribunals. Resolutions of the IV session of the All-Russian Central Executive Committee on Gr. code and changes to Angle. Code. Judicial authority in the United States. States. International Arbitration Commercial Court. Official annex: Decrees of the All-Russian Central Executive Committee and the Council of People's Commissars. Circulations of People's Commissariat. Circulars of the Supreme Tribunal, etc.
1. The RSFSR. People's Commissariat of Justice - Periodicals. 2. Power (collection). 3. Domestic serials and continuing editions (collection). 4. Right - USSR - Periodicals. 5. Legal journals - the USSR. 6. Departmental magazines - the USSR.