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Legal Researches in the Legal Societies of Moscow and St. Petersburg at the End of the 19-th and the Beginning of the 20-th centuries

ФИО студента: Anastasiya Agalakova

Руководитель: Anastasija S. Tumanova

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Law

Программа: Legal History, Theory and Philosophy of Law (Master)

Год защиты: 2018

ANNOTATION of final qualifying work Agalakova Anastasia Alekseevna On the topic: Legal researches in the Legal Societies of Moscow and St. Petersburg at the End of the 19-th and Beginning of 20-th centuries. The paper is comprised of introduction, two chapters, six paragraphs, conclusion, list of used sources and literature. Final qualifying work has 95 pages and 55 used sources and literature. Key words: judicial reform, history of legal societies, legal societies, Moscow Legal Society, St. Petersburg Legal Society, legal researches. The object of study – the social relations, that are developing in Russian society, at the end of the 19-th and beginning of 20-th centuries. The subject of study – legal researches of legal societies in Moscow and St. Petersburg. In the introduction the chosen topic`s relevance is grounded, aims and goals of the study are determined and the object and subject of study are pointed. First chapter describes entirely history of legal societies in Moscow and St. Petersburg. Discloses the prerequisites and reasons for the emergence of legal societies, as well as their further development and progress. Exposes the main activities of legal societies. Second chapter fully reports about legal researches, as one of the key activities of the legal societies of Moscow and St. Petersburg at the end of the 19-th and beginning of 20-th centuries. Describes periodization, orientation and general conception of legal researches. Final part involves conclusions about observed material and done work.

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