Eurasian Youth Juridical Forum took place at ASU

20 May 2017 Department of Information and Media Communications

Altai State University held the 2nd Eurasian Youth Juridical Forum on 18–19 May 2017.

The participants included students and young scientists from the universities of Moscow, Novosibirsk, Tomsk, Tyumen, Krasnoyarsk, Barnaul, Gorno-Altaysk, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan.

“In the framework of the forum we discuss different issues concerning international and Russian law, compare and analyze industry-specific legislation of different countries, and study other problems of jurisprudence,” representative of the forum organization committee, Vice-Head for Academic Work of ASU Faculty of Law Lyubov Yu. Kiryushina said. “Our key objectives are to exchange experience and knowledge and to develop communication between young scientists with the help of games and competitions. Thus, we have added two new activities to our event program: video contest and competition of business projects. Interestingly, both Russian and foreign students are eager to participate in the events.”

Lyubov Yu. Kiryushina also noted that the university had published a collective volume of articles written by the forum participants. The articles were divided into three categories: criminal law, civil law, and state law.

On 19 May the guests participated in an intellectual game and several roundtables on such topics as “Criminal, Legal and Remedial Aspects of Counteractions against Extremism”, “intangible Benefits as Moral Values in Law”, “Topical Issues of Russian Elections Organization: Theory and Practice”, “Alternative Ways of Dispute Settlement”, etc.

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