29.11.2007 | 
Education
THE ROLE OF THE FACULTY OF LAW GROWS
THE ROLE OF THE FACULTY OF LAW GROWS
"Regarding the issue of training of specialists in the area of law the role and reputation of the Faculty of Law, no doubt, becomes greater", -says Gagik Ghazinyan.

Today the professorial staff of the Faculty of Law organized a scientific conference dedicated to the 70th anniversary of foundation of the following chairs: Theory of State and Law, Civil Procedure and Criminal Law. The conference was organized only for professorial staff and post-graduate students, but students were also present at the hall. 

The idea of foundation of the faculty goes back to 1920, times of our First republic, and belongs to the Council of ministers, but because of well known to us political events the initiative was not realized. The faculty was founded only in 1933-34 academic year. In 1999 only 770 students studied at our faculty, and currently the number of students is 1300. This fact, of course, states about the high authority of the Faculty of Law, - mentioned dean of the Faculty of Law, Professor Gagik Ghazinyan in his opening speech. 

Then lecturers and students form the above mentioned three chairs made reports regarding the issues of the areas, they are occupied in. The results of the conference will be published in a brochure. Mr. Ghazinyan ensures us that all other reports that did not appear on the agenda of this conference will be included in the brochure.

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