PUTTING KNOWLEDGE FIRST!!!
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During the educational process the Chair press an accent on combining the study of the theoretical basis of the discipline with practical evaluation through project work and research work, not forgetting to reveal the true essence of judicial values. Teaching is conducted by highly qualified specialists, most of who are involved in the legal sphere of the country. We aim to encourage students to gain skills and knowledge through an effective student-centered approach to learning and teaching.
The missions of the Chair:
To ensure the principle of the “Reverse connection” of the students and the professorial-teaching staff
The objectives of the Department of Law.
• Students create a partnership between law enforcement agencies and the conditions in which the student will practice the characteristics of law enforcement bodies
• Students provide the appropriate level of research and professional knowledge
• organize scientific seminars, conferences and other organizations, faculty chair of the prestigious Bar
• organize seminars, round tables, social, economic, business famous people
• collaborate with other universities with relevant departments to provide advice on curriculum and textbooks used.
Courses and seminars are interactive, research-oriented and designed to cover the main subject areas of the Chair’s work. Researchers gain experience in presenting their work, and are encouraged to participate in conferences, workshops and the Department's very active Working Groups.
The disciplines of the Chair:
Civil Law and Law of Civil Procedure
Theories and histories of the government and right
Constitutional and Municipal Law
Criminal Law and Law of criminal trial law
International and European Law
History of state and laws in foreign countries
History of state and laws in Armenia
Criminal law of the RA
The criminal law of foreign countries
The criminal punishment and practice of its application
The history of development of criminal-legal thought
The scientific bases of crimes’ qualification
Foreign criminal law