Dumashevsky Arnold B.( Russian lawyer and journalist)
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Biography Dumashevsky Arnold B.
(1837 - 1887). The son of a poor Jewish parents, . He endured extreme hardship in his youth (he was a cab driver, . served in the bookstore), . but still passed the exam candidates in the law faculty of St. Petersburg University and was sent overseas to prepare to occupy the chair of civil rights, but belong to the Jews prevented him to take her,
. He retired. In his tsivilisticheskih articles (placed in the "Journal of the Ministry of Justice", . "Judicial Gazette, . "Judicial Journal") Dumashevsky expressed the need for practical and dogmatic study of Russian civil law, . in contrast to the aspirations of the then Russian lawyers to study the general civil law,
. One time Dumashevsky was editor of "Judicial Messenger. Issued a "systematic set of solutions of Cassation. d-ing of the Senate ", in general publications Dumashevsky published several articles on Jewish topics. His rich library Dumashevsky bequeathed to the library of St. Petersburg University, he also bequeathed Dumashevsky 36000 rubles for education scholarships of "Jew Dumashevskogo", . which should be granted to needy students, without distinction of religion,
. See. M. Szymanowski, "Dumashevsky" (Odessa, 1888).