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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Azizjon Khamrakulov
The Bodies of the Judiciary in Ensuring Independence and Self-Dependence of the Judiciary: National and International Practices
Jurisprudence
(Bachelor’s programme)
2018
The purpose of this final qualifying work is to justify the role of the judicial community in ensuring the independence and independence of the judiciary, studying the theoretical foundations of the organization and activities of the judicial community, determining their structural and functional properties and characteristics of organizational and legal forms, reviewing the international experience in organizing activities, conducting a comparative analysis of models of the bodies of the judiciary community, as well as the formulation of a scientific justification op ponents of proposals to improve the national legislation in this area.

In order to achieve the designated goal, the following objectives: 1) to analyze the way of formation and development of legal forms of judicial bodies, the basic historical stages in Russia; 2) establish the patterns and objectives of the creation and functioning of the judicial community in foreign countries; 3) to reveal the peculiarities of the Russian system of the bodies of the judicial community, having assumed the reasons for their formation; 4) to consider the role of the bodies of the judicial community in ensuring the independence and independence of the judiciary; 5) to establish the problems of legal regulation of the judicial community in the context of ensuring the independence and independence of the judiciary; 6) to formulate proposals to improve the legal regulation of the judicial community as a guarantor of the independence and autonomy of the judiciary.

The structure of the work is determined by its purpose and objectives. Graduation qualification work consists of an introduction, two chapters combining six paragraphs, conclusions, a list of used literature.

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