3 Bolshoi Tryokhsvyatitelsky Pereulok, room 411
Phone: +7(495) 772-95-90,
3 Bolshoi Tryokhsvyatitelsky Pereulok, room 411Phone: +7(495) 772-95-90, ext. 22746
The Department of Legal Regulation of Business was established in 2020 by combining a number of leading educational areas of the Faculty of Law: corporate, entrepreneurial and private international law. Currently, the department consists of over 60 highly qualified specialists in various fields of jurisprudence, including Russian and foreign corporate law, Russian business law, and private international law. Our mission is to ensure the teaching of legal disciplines at the HSE at the level of the world’s leading universities, taking into account the specifics of the profiles of students in various educational programs. The Department is actively involved in the implementation of several Bachelor’s and Master’s programs at the Higher School of Economics.
Among the bachelor’s programs of the Faculty of Law, in which the department participates, are “Law”, “Jurisprudence: Private law” (since 2022 admission is closed) and “Digital Lawyer” (a new program, the first admission to which opens in 2022). Within the framework of the Bachelor’s program “Law” in 3-5 years of studies the department implements the educational track “Corporate, Entrepreneurial and International Private Law”. Within the framework of the track, it is possible to form a deep and at the same time compact curriculum that will allow students to offer a wide range of disciplines focused on integrating academic approaches to the study of legal regulation of business and the practice of applying corporate, entrepreneurial and private international law in the context of both transactional and procedural interaction of economic agents in the digital age.
Among the Master’s programs of the Faculty of Law, in which the Department participates, are “Private International Law and International Commercial Arbitration” (since 2022 admission is closed), “Corporate lawyer” (since 2022 admission is closed), “Corporate and Private International Law” (a new program, the first admission to which opens in 2022). The program includes a comprehensive approach to the study of the sectoral disciplines of corporate and private international law, which reflects the relationship and interdependence of legal principles with the economy, social sphere and other subsystems of society. The program includes two educational tracks - Track 1. Corporate Lawyer and Track 2. Private International Law and International Commercial Arbitration.
Employees of the Department participate in the implementation of educational programs based on the unique school of legal studies, which is characterized by the interaction of national and international law, a pronounced element of comparative jurisprudence, as well as a combination of theoretical research with an analysis of law enforcement practice. The staff of the department successfully combines teaching with research activities, as well as interaction with government agencies, international organizations and business structures, which allows not only to give students a fundamental legal education, but also to involve them in active academic, project and practical work.