Kazan Arbitration Day: The Rule-of-Law Development and Regional Governance
The third Annual Symposium of the Journal “Herald of Civil Procedure” “2016 –KazanArbitration Day: The Rule-of-Law Development and Regional Governance” was hosted by the Law Faculty on September 30, 2016.
The opening ceremony of the event took place in the Hall of the Board of Trustees of theKazanUniversity, followed by an academic discussion on legal issues of the Symposium. The Symposium participants and invited guests had the opportunity to discuss the most current and topical issues of civil procedural law, to present the latest Russian and foreign academic works in this direction to colleagues, to offer further ways of development of contemporary civil procedure, and to exchange experience and accumulated knowledge.
The Symposium discussed both the issues that directly related to arbitration proceedings as well as the most relevant news in the field of civil procedure and enforcement proceedings in general.
About the AuthorsDamir Valeev
Vice Dean, Professor, Department of Environmental, Labor Law and Civil Procedure, Law Faculty
18 Kremlevskaya St., Kazan, 420000
Researcher, Institute for Chinese Legal Modernization Studies, Secretary of Research Institutions and International Affairs
1 Wenyuan Road, Nanjing, Jiangsu, 210023
Associate Professor, Faculty of Law
67 Bulevar kralja Aleksandra, Belgrade, 11000
1. Стенограмма III Ежегодного симпозиума журнала “Вестник гражданского процесса” “2016 – Казанский арбитражный день: развитие верховенства права и региональные проблемы,” 6 Вестник гражданского процесса 202 (2016) [Shorthand Report of the III Annual Symposium of the Journal “Herald of Civil Procedure” “2016 – Kazan Arbitration Day: The Rule-of-Law Development and Regional Problems,” 6 Herald of Сivil Procedure 202 (2016)].
For citation: Valeev D., Yu H., Krsljanin N. Kazan Arbitration Day: The Rule-of-Law Development and Regional Governance. Russian Law Journal. 2017;5(2):129-135. https://doi.org/10.17589/2309-8678-2017-5-2-129-135
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