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29.04.2017 On April 23, 2017 the training for the students of the SFU Law Faculty on Appeal to the Russian Constitutional Court: Basics was held

On April 23, 2017 the Institute for Advanced Training of Lawyers of the Lawyer Chamber of the Krasnoyarsk Territory together with the Institute for Law and Public Policy and the Legal Center Speak Law conducted a training for the students of the SFU Law Faculty on Appeal to the Russian Constitutional Court: Basics.

The event was held within the project Enhancing Civic Engagement in Strategic Constitutional Litigation in Russia.

The participants of the training were 22 students including the members of the club on constitutional law, trainees and employees of the legal clinic of the SFU Law Faculty, as well as the students who took part and became prizewinners of the Annual Moot Court Competition on Constitutional Justice Crystal Themis, which the Institute for Law and Public Policy has been conducting since 2011.

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Not much attention is often paid to the discussion of constitutional justice while teaching at law faculties. The training was called to fill this gap .

         

The trainers of the training were lawyers, trainers of the Institute for Advanced Training of Lawyers of the Lawyer Chamber of the Krasnoyarsk Territory, who regularly receive training, including those for trainers, which are organized by the Institute.

Among those who prepared and conducted the seminar: Ilya Shevchenko, Candidate of Juridical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Criminal Procedure and Criminalistics Department, director of IPCA; Alexander Brester, Candidate of Law, Associate Professor of the Criminal Procedure and Criminalistics Department, lecturer and trainer at IPCA; Svetlana Serebrennikova, Senior Lecturer, Chair of Civil Law, lecturer and trainer of IPCA; lawyers Natalia  Mons, Ksenia Morozova, Ilya Shcherbakov, Ivan Khoroshev.

During the first part of the training, the participants were asked to formulate, within the given situation, the arguments "for" and "against" the appeal to the Constitutional Court. Thus, the most important aspects of the activities of the Russian Constitutional Court were updated and the most general questions about its structure, types of decisions, and the consequences of adopting a decision were considered.

The second part of the session was devoted to the key aspects of the competence of the Constitutional Court, as well as the criteria for admissibility of the complaint. First, in the course of interactive work, such aspects and criteria were singled out, and later fixed through the solution of small tasks. Thus, the participants received information when it was impossible to turn to the Constitutional Court and had the skills to identify such situations.

The third block was devoted to the material component of the appeal to the Constitutional Court. The participants learned to read the Constitution of Russia in such a way as to understand when it is possible to speak about the violation of constitutional law. In the course of this practice, the participants developed an algorithm for "deciphering" the norm.

As a result, each participant received a Сertificate.

The Institute for Advanced Training of Lawyers of the Lawyer Chamber of the Krasnoyarsk Territory intends to continue training on Appeal to the Russian Constitutional Court. The next training in Krasnoyarsk is planned for 2018.

Find the information about upcoming seminars on the website of the Institute and its official page on Facebook. 

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The seminar is conducted with support from the European Union

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