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Law



Modern Russian Justice: 
Remedies, Procedures and Trends
 (2 ECTS credits, 16 academic hours, HSE Moscow) 
Dates: July, 8 - 13

Maria Filatova

Associate Professor:Faculty of Law / School of Public Law



 
The course «Modern Russian Justice: Remedies, Procedures and Trends» gives an overview of different judicial procedures existing in the Russian legal system. It covers different aspects of functioning of the Russian courts and provide for an analysis of differentiation of judicial remedies existing in the Russian legal order (constitutional, civil, criminal and administrative) and of courts fulfilling the respective functions. The analysis is given at an angle of ongoing reforms of the court system and judicial procedures and main issues the Russian judicial system faces at the modern stage of its development.
The course also introduces students to the existing relationships between national and supranational legal orders and the role of the highest Russian courts in their development. 
The course will be useful for foreign undergraduate students having interest in the Russian judicial system and procedures used in it but also for Russian students seeking to deepen their knowledge on peculiarities of national judicial procedures.

Comparative Civil Procedure (4 ECTS credits, 32 academic hours, HSE Moscow)
Dates: July, 22 - August, 3  

Maria Filatova

Associate Professor:Faculty of Law / School of Public Law


The course «Comparative Civil Procedure» covers different aspects of court organization, types of procedural systems and forms of judicial as well as non-judicial protection existing in the modern global context. It provides for an analysis of the history and evolution of modern procedural systems, their main particularities and global procedural concepts. The course gives as well an overview of general procedural institutes and their functioning in different types of procedural systems. 


Human Rights Law (4 ECTS credits, 32 academic hours, HSE Moscow)
Dates: July, 15 - 28 

 

 

Maria Sole Continiello Neri

Research Fellow: Faculty of Law / Centre of Comparative Law

 
The main purpose of the course is to provide international students a basic knowledge of International Human Rights Law, focusing on the principal international and regional legal instruments for the protection and the promotion of fundamental human rights and freedoms, as well as addressing the international judicial and quasi-judicial human rights bodies at the universal level and the ECHR. 

After a short overview of the historical development of IHRL, the first part of the course will focus on the UN treaties and bodies for the protection of human rights. The second part of the course will be dedicated to the study of the regional systems of protection of human rights. In particular, the course  analyze  the European Convention on Human Rights and the rights protected therein, such as the right to life, the prohibition of torture, inhumane and degrading treatments, the right to liberty, the right of fair trail, the right to opinion and to freedom of speech, the right to family as well as the prohibition of discrimination etc. Finally, the course will explain the methods of international judicial and quasi- judicial human rights bodies at the universal and regional level.