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Rule of law in Sri Lanka and colonialism by default

Citation: Nathan, K.V.S.K. (2004) Rule of law in Sri Lanka and colonialism by default. Amicus Curiae, 2004 (55). pp. 8-11. ISSN 1461-2097

The credibility of two reports from the International Bar Association and the Sri Lankan Marga Institute are considered by the author, who comments on issues raised by them, including violations of human rights, political leadership, constitutional and judicial reforms, and the performance of the legal profession - in the context of similar problems faced by the developed world. Article by Dr K.V.S.K. Nathan (Barrister and Arbitrator, Mestrino (PD), Italy) published in Amicus Curiae - Journal of the Society for Advanced Legal Studies. The Journal is produced by the Society for Advanced Legal Studies at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London.

Additional Information: Citation: Amicus Curiae, Issue 55 September/October 2004 pp.8-11.
Creators: Nathan, K.V.S.K. and
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Subjects: Law
Keywords: Sri Lanka, human rights, constitutional and judicial reform, legal profession
Divisions: Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
Collections: Amicus Curiae
  • 2004 (published)
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