14 january 16:30–17:15


 Studio, Cubes
Vladimir Gruzdev, Chairman of the Board, Association of Lawyers of Russia
Oleg Zaitsev, Dean of Department "Higher School of Jurisprudence", Institute of Public Administration and Civil Service, RANEPA
Ekaterina Kudelich, Acting Director of the Department of International Law and Cooperation of the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation
The priorities of national jurisdiction, its attractiveness, are aimed at ensuring the national interest - the activities of the state for the benefit of the individual. To increase the attractiveness of the national jurisdiction, on the one hand, it is necessary to create new legal tools. Such tools, for example, are satellite law, designed for the smooth development of business and a healthy business environment, or machine-readable law, designed to increase the convenience and efficiency of law enforcement for the citizen, the business community and the state. On the other hand, in order to increase the attractiveness of the national jurisdiction, it is important to accurately and timely implement the decisions of international bodies. In this regard, ensuring the supremacy of the Constitution poses the difficult challenge of finding a balance in national jurisdiction. These and other challenges require new approaches to modern legal education and the legal profession to ensure the future of national jurisdiction.

Discussion points:
• Domestic priorities — modern attractiveness of the national jurisdiction
• The Constitution and international instruments: priorities in action
• Machine-readable law — guaranteeing transparency of national jurisdiction
• Legal education — the future of national jurisdiction