Richard Hudson


In the German Empire the administration of justice is for the most part left to the states, all the courts being state courts with the exception of the Imperial Court at Leipzig. The Empire has however established unity of tlie law, has given a uniform organization and procedure to the courts of the states, and has by the creation of the Reichsgericht as the highest court of appeal ensured a uniform interpretation of the law. These three methods of securing a uniform administration of justice will be studid in the order named.