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The Ph.D. Seminar of the School of International Law is a platform for both emerging and established scholars in the professional community to engage in open scholarly dialogue. In particular, the seminar allows doctoral students to join current scholarly discourse and familiarize themselves with new studies and trends in legal scholarship. Doctoral students also receive substantive feedback on draft publications and dissertation research. The seminar is particularly important as a tool to compensate for the scarcity of academic events and the traditional difficulties that graduate students face accessing these activities.
In the seminar, doctoral students present their research, after which the seminar participants engage in a discussion about the presentation. Presentations may relate to a student's dissertation research or a prospective publication.
The general management of the seminars is carried out by the head of the School of International Law Professor Vera Rusinova, and the seminar topics are chosen by the coordinator, Associate Professor Konstantin Ksenofontov. The coordinator of the seminar, in agreement with the speaker, invites the academic supervisors of the doctoral students, academic members of the School's staff, and other experts.
Seminar Coordinator: Associate Professor Konstantin Ksenofontov.