In 2023, the team of the Faculty of Law of the Higher School of Economics took part in Willem С. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot. The HSE Faculty of Law team was represented by 4th year bachelor students Yaroslava Branovskaya, Maria Eremenko and Anna Zaikina, and also 3rd year bachelor students Kamilla Makhmudova and Alexey Tolstykh.
Stability as a Sign of a Skill–Results of participation of the HSE Faculty of Law team in the Philip Jessup Competition in 2023
The HSE Faculty of Law team has successfully taken part in the Russian rounds of the prestigious competition in international law named after F. Jessup (International Law Philip C. Jessup Moot Court Competition), held from February 1 to 5 in in-person format.
The Foreign Direct Investment International Arbitration Moot (FDI Moot), the most prestigious competition in the field of international investment arbitration, was held in early November.
On the 10th of December 2021, the HSE Faculty of Law convened the International conference in memory of Professor Igor Lukashuk ‘Politics of Sanctions in International Relations: Between Rule of Law and Соercion’.
Professor Vera Rusinova took part in the 2021 «Cyber Stability Conference: Towards A More Secure Cyberspace» on December, 3, 2021. This conference was organized by the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR).
International academic conference “International Justice: Looking into the Future” attracted 250 participants!
On 23rd and 24th September HSE School of International Law hold the International academic conference “International Justice: Looking into the Future”. Thanks to the online format, we gathered speakers from the United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, Denmark, the Netherlands and several Russian cities.
The Secretary of UNCITRAL Mrs Anna Joubin-Bret Gave a Talk on Current Developments in International Trade Law
International Courts in the Quest for Effectiveness – the discussion session at the Saint Petersburg International Legal Forum 9 ¾
Today, we need a coordinated agenda in order to understand how to develop a comfortable and safe technological environment and make the consequences of rapid technological development forecastable and manageable. This is what HSE Rector Yaroslav Kuzminov said at the National Academic Online Conference ‘Ethical and Legal Issues of Digital Transformation: From Conflict to Harmony?’