The Department of State and legal disciplines
The Department of State and legal disciplines - Faculty of Law Department of a leading IIEL. The department demonstrates a high level of teaching legal subjects, which is essential to modern society and meets the needs of the Russian state. The faculty of the department, using the technology education problem-search and Internet technology, aims to give students a state-legal training, adequate changes have occurred in law enforcement.
The main direction of the department - training of masters and bachelors are able to interpret and apply laws and regulations, enforce the laws of the state bodies, legal entities and individuals, legally correct to qualify the facts and circumstances, to develop legal documents, perform legal review of regulations , qualified to give legal opinions and advice, make legal decisions and other legal actions to perform in strict accordance with the law.
As part of the state legal specialization, students receive theoretical knowledge and practical skills in these important areas and practically oriented jurisprudence as the law of foreign countries, Russia's right, tax and finance, public and municipal services, making legal documents.
The most important set of legal disciplines, the center of which is a fundamental course "theory of law" is taught at the department. A study in the preparing legal history and legal disciplines - "History of the Fatherland of State and Law", "History of State and Law of Foreign Countries", "History of political and legal doctrines," gives students, according to the department, a powerful intellectual and emotional charge, in addition to state legal issues and concepts, the discussion shows a person as a carrier legal ideas. These and other courses that are studied at the department - "The constitutional (state) law of the Russian Federation", "The constitutional (state) law of foreign countries", "Financial Law", "Tax Law", "Municipal Law of the Russian Federation", " The constitutional (charter) courts in Russia, "" The authorities in Russia, "" Right, "" Law "," Legal Public Service "," Legal Framework of the Russian state, "" Practical preparing of legal documents, "and, finally, "Legal Technology" - attract students interested in a complex set of problems and legal situations, regarded as a complex life circumstances.
Doctors and Candidates of Law, working at the department, make a great contribution to the training of legal personnel and the development of science. These include Professor: Lazarev V.V Afanas'ev, V.S, Grishkovets AA, VV Obukhov, AI Kosarev, Assistant Professors: A. Kostina, Y.V Prokhorov, Moyseyenko M.G Basov P.S etc. Almost all universities in Russia and other CIS countries, Baltic states araught with the textbooks, written by the teachers of the department. Some of them are at the origins of teaching in Russia a number of new legal subjects or their updated versions of the post-Soviet period.
The department is headed the faculty comparative legal studies, and the results are promptly incorporated into the learning process, and actively cooperates with foreign educational institutions: business - school in Aarhus (Denmark), University of Helsinki (Finland), University of them. Humboldt in Berlin (Germany).
The Department takes an active part in videoconferences with branches in Russian cities of the Institute for improvement of the educational process.
The Department continues to work on improving existing and new published material replenishment of "Libraries consultations" to place it on the website of the Institute. The Department is intensifying efforts to participate in the state certification of bailiffs of the city of Moscow, on a monthly basis advising members of the commission the bailiff at the main city of Moscow.
Methodological materials are under the development for the preparation of master's degrees in accordance in accordance with state educational standards of the third generation.
Communication with the department:
E-mail the department: email@example.com
Phone the Department: (495)781-06-69 (доб. 116)