SUSU Lawyers Invited to Deliver Lectures at the US University


The Institute of Law of South Ural State University continues to develop actively, and its teaching staff members receive offers to share their knowledge with students of foreign universities.

Elizaveta Gromova, Deputy Director of the Institute of Law, Candidate of Sciences (Law), Associate Professor, was invited to give an online lecture for students of Ambra University, Orlando, USA.

“It is a great pleasure for us to have the opportunity to represent SUSU at the international level,” noted Elena Titova, Director of the Institute of Law. “We strive to do this both within the framework of scientific publications in top-rated journals and by lecturing on international platforms.”

The lecture by Elizaveta Gromova will be devoted to the experimental legal regimes of creating digital innovations (regulatory sandboxes). The materials were prepared based on the results of a study on experimental legal regimes published in BRICS Law Journal, indexed in Scopus and WoS. The research is carried out within the framework of the international research project of the Institute of Law “LegalTech: Legal Regulation of Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Legal Support of the Digital Economy and the Creation of Smart Law for Smart Industry”. Today this project brings together scientists from Russia, Slovenia, Poland, India, Serbia, Malaysia, and Brazil.

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