DOI: 10.30729/2541-8823-2019-4-2-136-144

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Yuriy Lukin
Senior Professor, Department of Theory and History of State and Law, Project Chairman of the Student Scientific Society of the Law Faculty, Kazan (Volga region) Federal University
Nikita Makolkin
Master student, Chairman of the Student Scientific Society of the Law Faculty, Kazan (Volga region) Federal University

Abstract:The article tells about the student model trial “All-Russian Judicial Debates”, which was held at the Law Faculty of Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University on 19-20 April 2019. The article highlights the main stages in the emergence of the Debate idea. It reveals topical issues of legal reality, raised in the framework of the event, and also outlines the results, which were reached at the discussion of these legal issues. In addition, the scientific-educational and scientific-practical components of the project are discussed. In addition to the above, the article tells not only about debates at the Law Faculty of KFU, but also about the functioning of the “schools” of debates at the law faculties of Russian universities. Further, the article mentions the researchers and representatives of the judicial and law enforcement system, who are not only judges of the competition, but are long-term partners and friends of the project.

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Yuriy Lukin (Kazan, Russia) – Senior Professor, Department of Theory and History of State and Law, Project Chairman of the Student Scientific Society of the Law Faculty, Kazan (Volga region) Federal University, and practicing Attorney-at-law (420111, p/o box 627, for Lukin Yu.M.; e-mail: Yu.m.lukin@gmail.com).

Nikita Makolkin (Kazan, Russia) – Master student, Chairman of the Student Scientific Society of the Law Faculty, Kazan (Volga region) Federal University (Volga region) Federal University (Kazan, Kremlyovskaya st., 18; e-mail: nikita.makolkin@ gmail.com).

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Lukin Yu.M., Makolkin N. N. Review of the XV annual student model trial “All- Russian Judicial Debates 2019”. Kazan University Law Review. 2019; 4 (2): 136–144. DOI: 10.30729/2541-8823-2019-4-2-136-144



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