On October 12th the Centre of Development of Legal Clinics jointly with the Faculty of Law of Lomonosov Moscow State University held the 9th All-Russian Conference of Legal Clinics on the Legal Aid that Anyone Could Afford, as well as an international forum on the Interactive Methods of Teaching Law Students.
A team of 45 scientists, formed at South Ural State University, completed an interdisciplinary research project. The result of two-years-long work is a 400-page-thick monograph entitled “Private Law Principles” published by the largest Russian publishing house called Prospekt.
On October 16, in the Office of the Federal Antimonopoly Service for the Chelyabinsk Region, a public meeting of the Office Community Board devoted to the urgent issues in the sphere of the competitive education took place.
A multi-author monograph on Development of Information Technologies in Criminal Proceedings has won an award under the category of Philosophy; Sociology; Political Science; Law; Science Studies at the Best Scientific Book in the Field of Humanities 2018 International Contest held at the Interregional Centre of Innovative Technologies in Education.
On September 14th a workshop for the experts on holding professional-and-public accreditation of educational programs in the field of law was organised at the Ural State Law University as part of its 100th anniversary celebrations.
The workshop was attended by the representatives of 33 Russian universities, as well as representatives of the attorney community and regional divisions of the Association of Russian Lawyers.
South Ural State University has been training highly qualified specialists in the sphere of jurisprudence for 25 years already. Nowadays the Institute of Lawhas 8 departments. The institute has a strong material and technical base which allows performing the training of students at a high level: it includes Criminal Laboratory, Forensic Laboratory, Expert Technologies REC, and Legal Clinic.