Department of Law

Dean of the Department

Iskakov Irlan Zhangazievich

Rector, «University under the Inter-parliamentary Assembly of EurAsEC». Dean of Law Department.


14/1 Smolyachkova st, 3rd floor, office 9, Saint-Petersburg, 194044

+7 (812) 541-86-28

Vice-Dean of the Department

Shilova Anna Evgenievna

Department of Law, Vice-Dean.

About us

Legal education is one of the most popular types of education both in the Russian Federation and in the Eurasian space. This is why the main goal of the faculty lies in the training of highly-qualified specialists in the field of law, capable of carrying out law-enforcement activities not only in the territory of the Russian Federation, but also in the Eurasian space.

Faculty teaching is based on the following concepts:

  • experienced academic staff,
  • classrooms with modern equipment (including a training courtroom, criminalistics laboratory),
  • vast training base.

Studies at the Department of Law began in 1999. Since 2002, the Departments of State and Legal Disciplines, Department of Civil Law Disciplines, Department of Criminal Law Disciplines have operated. Since 2006, the Department of Financial and Business Law has started working. In relation to the opening of the master’s degree program "Theory, history and methodology of the legal profession" and new requirements to educational process organization according to the direction of training 40.04.01 LAW, 6 departments of legal specialization have appeared in the structure of the university - "Theory and History of State and Law", "Constitutional and Administrative Law", "Civil Law and Procedure", "Criminal Law and Criminology", "Criminal Process and Criminalistics", "Financial and Business Law".


The faculty professors conduct intensive scientific and educational work and also publish monographs, textbooks and teaching aids which are presented at university library collection, in city libraries and on the shelves of bookstores. Currently, the Faculty of Law conducts fundamental research in the following areas:

  • criminology and victimology of the organized crime;
  • institutions of civil society in modern Russia at the stage of transformation of political and legal relations;
  • Russian constitutionalism;
  • privacy: legal aspect;
  • electoral technologies in Russia: development of the legal framework.