The Ural State Law Academy


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Lter it ws reorgnized into the Siberin Institute of Soviet Lw. In 1934 the Institute moved into Sverdlovsk got the nme of the Sverdlovsk Institute of Lw nd bore this nme till 1992 Now it is clled the Urls Stte Lw cdemy. Till 1976 there ws only one fculty t the Sverdlovsk Lw Institute the Lw fculty. The cdemy hs three Institutes t the dy deprtment: the Institute of the Prosecutors Office the Institute of Justice nd the Institute of Business nd Lw.



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The Ural State Law Academy.

The Urals State Law Academy is situated in Ekaterinburg. Its foundation goes back to April 1931. It was formed on the basis of the Irkutsk State University as a Law Faculty. Later it was reorganized into the Siberian Institute of Soviet Law. In 1934 the Institute moved into Sverdlovsk, got the name of the Sverdlovsk Institute of Law and bore this name till 1992/ Now it is called the Urals State Law Academy.

Till 1976 there was only one faculty at the Sverdlovsk Law Institute – the Law faculty.

In 1976 the following there faculties were set up at the full-time department: the Judge and Prosecutor Training Faculty, the Investigator and Criminalist Training Faculty and the Faculty of Legal Service in the National Economy System. Later two of them were united into the Law Faculty and the Faculty of Legal Service was given a new name – the Business Law Faculty. Besides, a Custom Department was formed.

The Academy has three Institutes at the day department: the Institute of the Prosecutor’s Office, the Institute of Justice and the Institute of Business and Law. Moreover, within the Academy there is also a Law College, an Institute of External Economic Relations, an Institute of Management and Law and an Institute of the Bar.

The Academy is housed in three study buildings with libraries and reading halls where the students are able to get ready for their classes. There are also snack bars of after classes.

The student body of all departments taken together numbers more than 7000 people and several tens of post-graduates. The Academy is headed by Rector and Vise-Rectors (Pro-Rectors). The Study, methodical and research work is guided by the dean’s offices and by different chairs.

The Academy trains judges, prosecutors, advocates, juristconsults, investigators, customs officials and other lawyers. After completing the education our graduates work at courts, prosecutor’s offices, Militia, the Bar and also at state and government bodies of different levels and in legal service of the national economy system.

Study work.

The future work of our graduates is not easy so they have to learn hard to be ready for that works and study many different subjects which are important for it: Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Civil Law, Labour Law, International Law, Criminology and others.

Special subjects are not only subjects of the curriculum. The students learn some humane, theoretical, optional and additional subjects, such of History of Russia, Philosophy, Theory of State and Law, History of State and Law, Logics, Foreign Languages and others. These subjects from the subjects’ world outlook and improve the quality of their general education.

Our students are to take tests and exams on each subject included into the curriculum. As the academic year is divided into two semesters, terminal tests and exams are held in January and in June. And then, when all the tests and exams are passed successfully, the students take degree examinations, finals, as they are often called. Those graduates, who have inclination for research may enter the post-graduate course and devote their life to science.

The timetable of lectures, tutorials and seminars is regulated by a study schedule. It provides the students must attend seminars and not miss lectures.

One of the main principles of the Russian educational system is to unite theory and practice. So, during the course of studies our students have practical training (do practical work) at law enforcement organs.

Much attention is paid to the studying of Foreign Languages: English, German and French. Our students have classes in Foreign Languages twice a week, the attendance of which is obligatory. As Foreign Languages are heavy-reading subjects, the students have to work at them hard and devote much time to them.


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