Национальное и универсальное в праве: от традиций к постмодернизму
The materials of the VII International Congress of Comparative Law (December 1–2, 2017) that was held by the Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation and the European Commission for Democracy through Law (Venice Commission) as co-organizers are devoted to the analysis of fundamental and applied problems of correlation of national and international law and the search of mechanisms of coordinated influence on public processes. Problematic issues of the development of legal thought in the modern world, vectors of the correlation of international, constitutional, economic, social, criminal law are considered. A separate chapter contains the materials of the round table “Forefeeling of space: connection of international-legal and national-legal regulations”, devoted to the 60th anniversary of the first Earth Sputnik and the 50th anniversary of the Outer Space Treaty. The scientific edition will be of interest to practicing lawyers, public officials, representatives of the scientific community, lecturers, students of law, as well as to anyone interested in the interaction issues of international law and national legislation.
The article gives a brief overview of the evolution of the concept of accessibility of justice in foreign law, including the development of the practice of the European Court of Human Rights. Particular attention is paid to the legislative initiatives of the Supreme Court of 2017-2018: examined how they meet the requirements of access to justice.