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PROBLEMS OF CIVIL PROCEDURE
ON THE UNITY OF THE PROCESS, UNIFIED CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE AND WORKING PROGRAMS TAUGHT AT THE DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL PROCEDURE DISCIPLINESRead more
PROFESSOR D.I. MEYER’S HERITAGE IN MODERN LAW EDUCATION (EXPERIENCE OF THE SCHOOL OF LAW IPACS RANEPA)Read more
O.V. ZAYTSEV, A.A. KRAVCHENKO
O.V. ZAYTSEV, A.A. KRAVCHENKO
THE MAIN OBJECTIVE OF THE LEGAL CLINIC: PROTECTING THE RIGHTS OF THE POOR OR SKILLS OF STUDENTS?Read more
THE INTERACTION OF THE LEGAL UNIVERSITY AND THE PROSECUTION AUTHORITIES IN ORGANIZING THE WORK OF THE LEGAL CLINICRead more
S.L. DEGTYAREV, P.G. RESHETNIKOV
S.L. DEGTYAREV, P.G. RESHETNIKOV
THE METHOD OF “APPLICATION OF KNOWLEDGE TO THE SUBJECT CASES” BY D.I. MEYER IN THE SYSTEM OF TRAINING OF SPECIALISTS IN THE SPHERE OF BANKRUPTCYRead more
E.P. GUBIN, S.A. KARELINA
E.P. GUBIN, S.A. KARELINA
SEARCHING FOR A NEW MODEL OF LEGAL EDUCATION: MODERN APPROACHES AND PEDAGOGICAL HERITAGE OF D.I. MEYERRead more
APPLICATION OF THE PROJECT METHOD TO CIVIL PROCEDURE TEACHINGRead more
CIVIL PROCEDURE ON COMMENT
ARTICLE-BY-ARTICLE COMMENTARY TO THE ARBITRATION PROCEDURE CODE OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION (chapter 6)Read more
HISTORY OF THE CIVIL PROCEDURE
D.I. MEYER, AND MODERN JUSTICE (TO THE 200TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH)Read more
FOREIGN CIVIL PROCEDURE
CLASS ACTION IN THE LEGAL HISTORY OF THE USA AND RUSSIA: SEARCHING OF AN OPTIMAL MODELRead more
P. ZWIER, V.V. YARKOV
P. ZWIER, V.V. YARKOV
JUDICIAL AUTHORITY AND PRACTICE
SHORTHAND REPORT OF THE VI ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM OF JOURNAL “HERALD OF CIVIL PROCEDURE” “2019 – CIVIL LAW AND PROCEDURE: HISTORY, CURRENT STATE AND PERSPECTIVES” (ON THE 200TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH OF D.I. MEYER)Read more
95 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF DOCTOR OF LEGAL SCIENCES, PROFESSOR VASILY KLEMENTIEVICH PUCHINSKYRead more
90 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF DOCTOR OF LEGAL SCIENCES, PROFESSOR PETR FEDOROVICH ELISEIKINRead more
80 YEARS ANNIVERSARY OF THE DOCTOR OF LEGAL SCIENCES, PROFESSOR GALINA KIRILLOVNA DMITRIEVARead more
70 YEARS ANNIVERSARY OF PROFESSOR, HONORED LAWYER OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION ALEXANDER ALIEVICH ARIFULINRead more
CRITICS AND REVIEW
THE FUTURE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE
MOOT COURTS AND CIVIL PROCEDURE TRAININGRead more
Present to you the first issue of the "Herald of Civil Procedure"
We present to you the 50th anniversary issue of the journal “Herald of Civil Procedure” in its entire history and the first in 2020.
This issue continues the tradition of issuing special issues, laid down by the editors of the magazine in collaboration with colleagues six years ago. This issue of the journal is dedicated to the results of the VI Annual Symposium of the journal “Bulletin of Civil Procedure” “2019 - Civil Law and Process: History, Current State and Development Prospects” (on the 200th anniversary of the birth of D.I. Meyer), which took place on 27–28 September 2019 at the Faculty of Law of the Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University.
The issue of the journal is opened by the work of a doctor of law, professor of the department of civil and administrative proceedings at Moscow State Law University O.E. Kutafina (Moscow State Law Academy) N.A. Gromoshina "On the unity of the process, the unified GPC and work programs taught in the department of the civil process of disciplines." In this work, the first intermediate results of the reform of the civilistic procedural legislation are given and analyzed. A proposal is expressed and justified to change the priorities and vectors of legislative work. The author also provides a possible methodology for how the teaching of civil procedural law, arbitration procedural law and administrative legal proceedings in higher education can be built, maintaining balance in the formation of the work programs of the discipline and ensuring the absence of duplication.
The article continues with an article by representatives of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation - Doctor of Law, Dean of the Higher School of Law of the Institute of Public Administration and Management O.V. Zaitsev and candidate of legal sciences, senior lecturer of the department of legal support of market economy A.A. Kravchenko on the theme "D.I. Meyer in modern legal education (experience of the Higher School of Jurisprudence of the IGSU RANEPA) ”, in which the authors through the legacy of D.I. Meyer reveals new approaches in legal education using the example of the Higher School of Law of the Institute of Law and Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration and also the experience of organizing the activities of a legal clinic.
Then in this issue follows the work of a doctor of law, professor, head of the civil process department of the Saratov State Law Academy O.V. Isaenkova entitled "The main goal of the legal clinic: protecting the rights of the poor or the skills of students?". The author in this study raises the question of the goals and objectives of the activities of legal clinics in higher education institutions specializing in the training of lawyers. It is also noted that legal clinics have an important role to play in solving educational and practical problems in the formation of professional competencies of trained lawyers, while the formation of these competencies should be phased, since the right skill can follow from deep knowledge, and experience from skill and analysis .
An interesting article is “Interaction between a law school and the prosecution authorities in organizing the work of a legal clinic,” sponsored by representatives of the Ural law school - Doctor of Law, Professor of the Ural State Law University S. L. Degtyarev and Lieutenant General of Justice, head of the Ural Investigation Department for Transport of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation P.G. Reshetnikov. This joint work touches upon the functioning of legal clinics organized at higher educational institutions, the origins of their origin, the history of formation and the current state. The authors describe the experience of interaction between the Legal Clinic “Academic Center for Legal Protection”, which operates at the Department of Civil Procedure of the Ural State Law University, and the prosecutor's office of the Leninsky district of Yekaterinburg.
The work continues by the representatives of Moscow State University. M.V. Lomonosov - Doctors of Law, Professors E.P. Gubina, S.A. Karelina, entitled "The method of" applying knowledge to subject cases "D.I. Meyer in the bankruptcy training system. ” The authors examine in detail the sphere of insolvency (bankruptcy) and conclude that, firstly, it is a complex and specific legal institution and, secondly, it is an important, integral part of modern market relations. According to the results of the study, the authors come to the conclusion that it is the “application of law to cases”, which was already touched upon by Dmitry Ivanovich Meyer in the monograph “On the Importance of Practice in the System of Modern Legal Education”, that becomes the method and the way of training for which It is worth navigating in the training of specialists.
In addition, the section “Problems of the Civil Procedure” contains articles by a doctor of legal sciences, a professor of the civil process department of the Saratov State Law Academy A.V. Chekmareva on the topic "In search of a new model of legal education: modern approaches and pedagogical heritage DI Meyer ”, as well as the work of the candidate of legal sciences, lecturer of the Department of Civil Law and Procedure of Voronezh State University OA Sukhorukova on the topic "Using the design method in teaching the civil process."
The current issue of the journal is continued by the section “Civil Procedure in Comments”, in which the work of Doctor of Law, Professor, Chairman of the Arbitration Court of the Ural District I.V. Reshetnikova “Article-by-article commentary on the Arbitration Procedure Code of the Russian Federation (ch. 6).” In this comment, the author presents an updated analysis of Ch. 6 “Representation in an Arbitration Court” of the Arbitration Procedure Code of the Russian Federation as amended by Federal Law No. 451-ФЗ dated November 28, 2018, amending certain legislative acts of the Russian Federation, effective from the day the new cassation courts of general jurisdiction and appeal courts of general jurisdiction begin to operate .
Then follows the section “History of the Civil Process”, which is presented by the work of D.A., professor of the Russian State University of Justice Fursov under the name "D.I. Meyer and modern justice (to the 200th anniversary of his birth). ” In the article, the author considers the problems of continuity in the development of individual institutions of civil procedural law from the second half of the century before last to the present. A separate emphasis is placed on the fact that the simplification of civil law proceedings cannot occur due to the rejection of procedural guarantees in the administration of justice. In addition, the author justifies the idea that it is advisable to reorient the vector of finding means to optimize legal proceedings in favor of integrating the capabilities of artificial intelligence in the administration of justice in the legal field.
This issue is continued by the traditional section “Foreign Civil Procedure”, containing the collaboration of Doctor of Law, Professor of the School of Law of the University Emory P. Zvier and Doctor of Law, Professor, Head of the Department of Civil Procedure of the Ural State Law University V.V. Yarkova. The joint work on the subject of “Class action in the legal history of the United States and Russia: in search of an optimal model” is a comparative study of the history of the development of class action in the United States and Russia. The study shows the key points of legal history and judicial practice that have influenced the modern system of class actions in the civil process of the United States and Russia. The basic models of protecting collective interests in the civil and administrative legal proceedings of Russia are disclosed.
Then, in this issue of the journal, the section “The Future of Civil Procedure” follows, in which the work of the candidate of legal sciences, associate professor of Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosova E.V. Zaichenko on the topic “Model student processes and training on civil procedure”, as well as the section “Judicial Power and Practice”, which provides a full transcript of the first day of the Symposium.
The journal closes with the traditional Personalia section, which celebrates memorable events and dates, this time around:
- 95 years since the birth of Professor Vasily Klementievich Puchinsky;
- 90 years since the birth of Professor Peter Fedorovich Eliseikin;
- 80th anniversary of Professor Galina Kirillovna Dmitrieva;
- 70th anniversary of Professor Alexander Alievich Arifulin.