The Laboratory of International Justice was created in 2018 to carry out research on the functioning of international justice and its relationship with the Russian legal system. The social mission of the Laboratory is to involve active students in the field of academic research.
Currently, the Laboratory is engaged in the project 'Russia in the Modern Architecture of International Justice'.
Webinar will take place on the 6th of November 2020 at 20:00. The webinar and the discussion will be valuable for scholars and students across disciplines: those studying international law, human rights, international relations and sociology. The audience will be enriched by an interesting perspective to international criminal justice, get a clearer understanding of field and perhaps come up with their own perspective of the structure and functioning of the “global system” of international criminal justice.
Dmitrii Shchetinin, research assistant, was awarded in the "International Law" section. He presented a study on "Debtor-state relations as a ground to refuse enforcement of foreign arbitral awards" topic.
Dmitrii Shchetinin, research-assistant of the Laboratory, participated in an international summer school, organised by ELSA (European Law Students Association), from 14 to 21 July. The school was devoted to arbitration and took place in Geneva, one of the most popular seats of arbitration.
The HSE Faculty of Law team advanced to the semifinals of the International Criminal Court Moot Court Competition which took place from 2 to 7 June, in The Hague, the Netherlands. For the first time since 2014 the Russian team participated in the English version of the ICC Moot and made it to the top-9 among all 69 teams from all over the world.