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Faculty of Law

Establishment: The faculty of law was established in 1834.

Departments:

  • Administrative law;
  • Economic law;
  • Environmental law;
  • Land and agricultural law;
  • Foreign languages;
  • History of law and state;
  • Constitutional law;
  • Criminal law and criminology;
  • Notarial and executive process and advocacy;
  • Justice;
  • Theory of law and state;
  • Labour law and social security law;
  • Financial law;
  • Civil law;
  • Intellectual property.

Subdivisions: the office of organizational support of educational process; office of Publishing and methodical support of educational process; Office of Technical and informational support of educational process and learning of IET; research center for Human Rights; educational criminalistical lab.

Specialties: law, intellectual property

Specializations:

  • Bachelor programmes: “Administrative Law”, “Civil law”, “Labour Law”, “Constitutional Law”, “Financial Law”, “Land Law”, “Environmental and natural resource law”, “Advocacy”, “Criminal Law”, “Criminal and civil justices”, “Court and prosecution”, “Economic Law”
  • Master programmes: “Advocacy”, “Administrative jurisdiction”, “Administrative law”, “Executive law and process”, “Economic Law”, “Economic process”, “Environmental and natural resource law”, “Energy Law”, “Land and agricultural law”, “Intellectual property”, “Information law”, “History of law”, “Constitutional law”, “Contract law”, “Corporate law”, “Criminalistics”, “Criminal law”, “Criminal law of foreign countries”, “Criminal justice”, “Notary”, “Tax law”, “Comparative jurisprudence”, “Social security law”, “Legal regulation for organization of labour”, “Legal business consulting”, “Public administration”, “Theory and philosophy of law”, “Labour law”, “Financial law”, “Civil law”, “Civil justice”
  • Master programmes (based on the diploma of specialist, the term is 1 year): “Administrative law”, “Economic law”, “Constitutional law”, “Criminal law”, “Civil law”
  • Specialist programmes: “Economic law”, “Land and environmental law”, “Constitutional and financial law”, “Criminal law”, “Investigation”, “Court. Prosecution. Advocacy. Notary”, “Civil and labor law”
  • Master programmes (in English): “Human rights”, “Legal practice”
  • Master programmes (the International master program of double diplomas): “Legal Regulation of Public Administration and Human Rights”
  • Master programmes (specialty “Intellectual property”): “Intellectual property law”