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The Institute's strategic litigation unit provides consultations and represents clients in strategic cases concerning public interest.
We work in the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation,
the European Court of Human Rights and the United Nations human rights mechanisms.
Academic Journals

Institute publishes two world-renowned academic journals: Comparative Constitutional Review (since 1993) and International Justice (since 2011).
Comparative Constitutional Review
International Justice
Articles published in Comparative Constitutional Review discuss theoretical and methodological questions of constitutional justice through in-depth analysis of Russian and abroad experience of constitutional development. The firstissue was published in 1993.

Comparative Constitutional Review is included in the approved list of the Higher Attestation Commission (Russia) and holds 34th (out of 292) place in SCIENCE INDEX ranking as of 2018 (in the 'State and Law' section of Legal Sciences category). It is also included in the Russian Science Citation Index (Web of Science) by eLIBRARY.RU.

We publish Comparative Constitutional Review with financial help from legal companies Kamenskaya & Partners, FBK Legal, Yegorov, Puginsky, Afanasiyev and partners and from subscription fees.

Journal is issued six times a year.

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THEMES

questions, issues, and new tendencies in constitutionalism
SECTIONS

Constitutional News Monitoring, Opinion, Legal Argumentation, Book Reviews and more
AUTHORS

Russian and International lawyers, legal specialists, political scientists, including young researchers

READERSHIP

universities' academic staff, students, PhD candidates, researchers in law and social fields
We publish this journal
with financial support
from readers and partners
International Justice serves as a scientific forum and a professional discussion club for researchers specializing in international law. We aim at making complex legal battles in faraway courtrooms to be more understandable and relevant for our readers. The first issue was published in 2011.

International Justice is included in the approved list of the Higher Attestation Commission (Russia), holds 105h (out of 292) place in SCIENCE INDEX ranking of 2018 (in the 'State and Law' section of Legal Sciences category). It is also included in the Russian Science Citation Index (on Web of Science) by eLIBRARY.RU.

We publish International Justice with financial support from the Council of Europe, EDAS Legal and from subscription fees.

Journal is issued four times a year.

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THEMES

theoretical basis and aspects of practice in international courts and international justice in general
SECTIONS

Praxis (monitoring of judicial practice), Scriptorium (analytical papers and current research discussions), Personalia (interviews), Academia – educative materials
AUTHORS

leading specialists in international law, judges, and staff members of international and national-level courts, as well as young researchers
READERSHIP

researchers, PhD candidates, students, professional lawyers, judges, judicial system public servants
We publish this journal
with financial support
from readers and partners
Non-periodicals

Institute publishes scholarly monographs, handbooks, collections of research papers, methodical manuals etc. The following series have already been released:
Publishing services

Institute's Publishing Center specializes in professional academic literature and assists authors in preparation and publication of their research in law and political science.
Library

The Institute's library consists of 3000+ volumes. And we are aiming to increase this number. The Library provides scholarly monographs by Russian and Western authors on fundamental issues of public law and political science, professional literature on human rights, comparative constitutional justice, and other areas.

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