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Contacts

3 Bolshoi Tryokhsvyatitelsky Pereulok, room 411
109028, Moscow

Phone: +7(495) 772-95-90,
ext. 22755

Administration
School Head Natalia Yerpyleva
Deputy School Head Aleksandra Kasatkina

3 Bolshoi Tryokhsvyatitelsky Pereulok, room 411
Phone: +7(495) 772-95-90, ext. 22746

Manager Ekaterina Sarapulova

3 Bolshoi Tryokhsvyatitelsky Pereulok, room 411
Phone: +7(495) 772-95-90, ext. 22746

About the School

HSE University’s School of Legal Regulation of Business was established in 2020. It provides instruction in academic areas covered by the Faculty of Law: private international law, corporate and business law. Currently, the school employs more than 50 highly qualified specialists in various fields of law, including private international law, Russian and international corporate law, and Russian business law.

We are focused on teaching legal disciplines at the University at the same level as the world's top universities, taking into account the specifics of students’ curriculum at various degree programmes. The school is actively engaged in the provision of several undergraduate and graduate programmes at the University.

Moreover, the school is actively involved in the provision of the ‘Jurisprudence’ and ‘Jurisprudence: Private Law’ Bachelor’s programmes. The school implements the track ‘Corporate Law and Business’ for third and fourth year students of the ‘Jurisprudence’ programme. The school is also actively involved in the implementation of the ‘Corporate Lawyer’ Master’s programme.

In their provision of degree programmes, the school’s staff rely on legal studies, implying the interaction of national and international law, and comparative law, along with theoretical research combined with an analysis of law enforcement practices. In turn, the school’s staff successfully combine their teaching activities with research, as well as government projects, partnership with international firms and business conglomerates. This means that they not only can provide fundamental legal education to students, but also involve them in active academic and project activities.