Majors: Civil Law; Criminal Law
Viktoria Batkolina, Executive Director
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Accreditation. State accreditation. Professional-public accreditation (All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization "Association of Lawyers of Russia").
Awards and achievements. The legal awareness-raising project "The School of Human Rights Lawyers: Learn and Act" won the contest held by the Presidential Grants Foundation. Students are winners and laureates of all-Russian research and creative contests.
Teaching staff. Training is provided by 37 teachers, including ten Doctors of Sciences and 17 Candidates of Sciences. The teaching staff includes defense attorneys and lawyers from Moscow.
Facilities and resources. There are classrooms with multimedia equipment, computer classrooms with modern software, a forensic laboratory with unique equipment, a legal research laboratory, a training judgment hall.
Education. Students can pursue full-time, part-time, and extramural study. Training is practice-oriented. Students participate in Olympiads, contests and research conferences using innovative technologies, including online platforms. They play business games,
attend demonstration lessons in the format of court sessions and seminars on using forensic technology and protecting consumer rights. Students take part in the clubs "Themis" and "Current Issues in Private Law," the Pro bono legal clinic that provides legal aid to citizens.
Research. Consumer protection issues. Legal education, legal awareness development, legal consciousness development and crime prevention. Public health law issues. Legal regulation of integration processes.
Competitive advantages include a personalized learning path taking into account the academic major, modern teaching methods, demand for graduates in the job market, a balance of theory and practice, in-depth study of some disciplines, practice-oriented training,
interaction with employers (judges, defense attorneys, lawyers) in providing legal services. The program is updated based on monitoring of the job market needs. While studying, students can pursue supplementary professional programs at the same time.
Employers and employment. The graduate employment rate is 87%. Students undergo practical training at law-enforcement authorities, including the Investigative Committee, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, as well as the courts of general jurisdiction in Moscow.
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