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 consists of more than 50 highly qualified specialists in various fields of law, who fully provide educational activities in bachelor’s and master’s degrees. So, Ordinary professor of the University O.M. Oleynik teaches the discipline “Business law” in the bachelor’s degree programs of the Faculty of Law, which is devoted to the study of private and public law principles and the fundamentals of the formation of the legal regime for doing business in Russia. Within the framework of this discipline, business activity is analyzed as a form of economic activity of a person, manifestations of his personal qualities and positions. Students are invited to study the system of requirements for business activity regardless of the forms of its implementation; the system of control, which includes various types and forms of state and municipal control over business; the content, grounds for imposing and procedure for implementing legal liability in the field of business; the main remedies for protecting the rights of entrepreneurs.
Associate professor of the Department T.S. Boyko teaches the discipline “Corporate law” in the master’s program, the purpose of which is an in-depth study of topical issues of the theory and practice of legal regulation of corporate relations.
Students studying this discipline receive fundamental knowledge in the field of corporate governance and control. Associate professor of the Department E.V. Mokhova is a leading lecturer in the academic discipline “Private International Law”, which is taught in the bachelor’s degree program and is devoted to an in-depth study of current issues of theory and practice of international private law relations affecting the main branches of PIL.
In addition to general issues about the subject, methods, and sources of PIL, as well as conflict of laws rules as the basis of legal regulation of international private law relations, this course examines the main branches of PIL: international property law, international intellectual law, international commercial law, international transport law, international settlement law, international civil procedure, international commercial arbitration.