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“Meždunarodnoe pravosudie” (International Justice) Journal

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The journal “International justice” is a regular participant and partner of major international events such as the St. Petersburg International Legal Forum, International Congress “Blischenkov’s readings”, International Conference "Tunkin’s readings", focusing on the higher legal education and educational programs under international law - Russian National Championship Jessup International Competition, the Russian-language model of the International Criminal Court, the national model of the dispute settlement body of the World Trade Organization, the national competition on Constitutional Justice "Crystal Goddess".

We are open for cooperation and are ready to provide information support to various conditions!

For cooperation and partnership, please contact by e-mail: or call tel. 7 (495) 608-69-59 on weekdays from 10 to 19 hours.

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All-Russian competition on Constitutional Justice “Crystal Goddess is a unique project , which is an annual competition of student teams from law faculties of Russian universities, taking place at the national level , in Russian and dedicated to the practical aspects of modern constitutional law and human rights protection. The competition is highlighted in the journal since 2013.


St. Petersburg International Legal forum is the first and unique in its kind platform, which was created to discuss up-to-date legal issues in the context of global social and economic problems.

The Forum was established in 2011 by the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation and is supported by the President of the Russian Federation.

The journal has been its infornation partner since 2013. 

The program of the Council of Europe HELP (Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals) assists member countries of the Council of Europe in the national implementation of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (ECHR), in accordance with the Committee of Ministers’ Recommendation (2004) 4 , the Interlaken Declaration (2010) and the Brighton Declaration (2012).


The Jessup Competition (the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition) is the largest and the most prestigious competition in international law for law students. The contest is based on the model of the trial at the International Court of Justice and is held entirely in English.

The journal is the partner of the Russian National Championship Competition since 2015 .

In 2016 the journal becomes a media partner of the annual competition for the award for the best scientific work on Public International Law “International Law in the XXI century.” Competition’s aim is to encourage an in-depth study of public international law and support original researches in this field.
International Criminal Court Moot (ICC Moot) is a competition in the international criminal law in the form of playing the trial – the simulation of the proceedings at the International Criminal Court.
The journal is a media partner of the Russian rounds of the ICC since 2014.

In 2014 under the informational support of the journal the second international competition “Dispute Settlement Body of the World Trade Organization Moot” was hosted.

Competition is a demonstration of the competitive teams and individual participants’ knowledge of the rules of the WTO and the skills of its application on the basis of situational tasks, case studies concerning the possible actions of the WTO and/or the Member States of the WTO (in 2015 contest was not performed).


The journal takes part in the annual international scientific and practical conference “Tunkin’s readings” as an informational partner since 2013.

International Congress “Blischenkov’s readings” has become an annual platform for the discussion of relevant issues of contemporary international law, with which the journal has an informational cooperation since 2014.

The journal has been one of the media partners of the international conference “Problems of implementation of judgments of the European Court on Human Rights: Dialogues on the voting of persons sentenced to imprisonment”, which took place on October 30, 2015 at the Moscow State University.

The conference was devoted to discussion of the problem of the ban on the voting of persons in detention, which has become a stumbling block in relations between the European Court of Human Rights and a number of Parties to the ECHR.

The Faculty of Law of the University of Helsinki in collaboration with the National Research University “Higher School of Economics” and the informational support of the journal “International justice” held in Helsinki (Finland) on 23-24 October 2015 an Annual Scientific International Conference “Development of the Russian law – VIII: Legal Policy Perspectives the rule of law and the market economy in Russia.” Each year the conference is discussing new and relevant topics for the Russian law and legal studies.

On 21-23 April 2015 at the Law Faculty of Moscow State University an international scientific conference “The constitutional theory and practice of public authorities: patterns and deviations” was held, ​​the information partner was the journal “International Justice”.

Annual Forum is held since 2004 on initiative of the judges of the Constitutional Court of Russia.

On 27 May, 2015 at the Higher School of Economics with the informational support of the journal there was a discussion about relevant problems of international law and the presentation of the Russian-language edition of the textbook “International Law – Völkerrecht” headed by Professor Wolfgang Graf Vittstum.


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