The legal bulletin: the edition of the Moscow legal society. - G. 1 1867, book. 1 (July) - G. 24 1892, V. 12. - Moscow, 1867-1892. - Editors: NV Kalachev (1867-1870), since 1872 - VN Leshkov and AM Fal'kovskii, since 1878 - VN Leshkov, MM Kovalevsky and S A. Muromtsev; from 1880 until the end of the main and permanent editor was SA Muromtsev, and as a second editor were different faces, often replaced (VN Leshkov, MM Kovalevsky, VA Goltsev, V. M Przewalski). The magazine without preliminary censorship was published in Moscow in 1867-1892 by the Moscow Law Society and in St. Petersburg (from 1860 to 1864 as an appendix to the Archive of Historical and Practical Information). He left the city from July 1867 to June 1868, after a six-month break in 1869, then ceased and resumed only in April 1871, after which he left regularly until the end of 1892. Back to text 186 / 1868-1877 Legal Gazette issued by the Moscow Law Society; 1877-1892 The legal bulletin. Subd: 1877-1892 The edition of the Moscow legal society. It turns out instead of "the Legal newspaper"
I. Kalachov, Nikolai Vasilyevich (1819-1885). II. Leshkov, Vasily Nikolaevich (1810-1881). III. Muromtsev, Sergey Andreevich (1850-1910). IV. Falkovsky, Adam Mikhailovich (? -1896). V. Kovalevsky, Maxim Maksimovich (1851-1916). VI. Moscow Law Society.
1. Power (collection). 2. Domestic serials and continuing editions (collection). 3. Law - Periodicals. 4. Juridical journals - Russia - 19 - 20 centuries.
G. 3 1871, book. 8 (November). - 1871. - 115, 33-48 p. - Content: The experience of commenting on some articles of civil law / AD Lyubavsky. Property rights of married women in England under the law of 1870 (translated from French.). Statistical information on the ratio of the number of lawyers and solicitors to the number of population in the states of Western Europe / NP Lyapidevsky. Arbitrage practice. Legal issues resolved by the Moscow Trial Chamber (continued) / DP Tikhomirov. On the right of private participation / G. Uspensky. Bibliographic notes / LA Kupernik, and other materials. - Bibliography in footnotes. - Attachment: The newest advocacy = (Le barreau moderne) / essay by Jules Le Berke, lawyer at the Supreme Court; translation from the French VI Kokhnov. Moscow: in the University Printing Office (Katkov and Co.), 1871. P. 33-48