The Department of Legal Disciplines was established in February 2012 to provide teaching of legal disciplines and research in the legal field.
The legal profession has long been in great demand. After all, jurisprudence and jurisprudence are the cornerstone of the formation and strengthening, and the very existence, of any state. Lawyers, jurists, lawyers stand guard over order, truth and legality in a civilized society.
The field of activity of a jurist is related to the implementation of legally significant actions, analytical and practical work on the application of national and international law and requires skillful use of a new arsenal of legal tools in any case, the appropriate level of professional culture.
A lawyer must be able to:
- interpret and apply laws and other regulations;
- correctly qualify actions, facts and circumstances;
- make legal decisions and carry out other legal actions in strict accordance with the law;
- conclude and draw up legal documents, provide qualified opinions and advice.