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The School of General and Interdisciplinary Legal Studies was established in 2018 when the leading departments of the Faculty of Law were merged: the Theory and History of Law; Labor Law and Social Security Law; and International Public and Private Law. The School’s faculty currently includes 70 highly qualified specialists in various fields of law, including the theory of law, the history of law, information law, labour law, social security law, sports law, public international law, and private international law.
The School provides a rigorous course of study comparable to that of the world's leading universities. Our mission is to intellectually enrich and challenge students while taking their respective areas of study and professional aspirations into account.
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