Much of the media coverage and academic literature on Russia suggests that the justice system is unreliable, ineffective and corrupt. But what if we look beyond the stereotypes and preconceptions?
Advance praise: 'A Sociology of Justice in Russia is the most analytically sophisticated and empirically rich volume ever produced on the everyday operation of the Russian legal system. While not ignoring the pathologies of Russian law that are widely covered in the Western press, this work highlights the ways in which ordinary Russian citizens seek - and often find - justice in their legal institutions. A Sociology of Justice in Russia is an essential read for all students of comparative law.' Eugene Huskey, William R. Kenan, Jr, Professor of Political Science, Stetson University, Florida
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