Kutafin University Law Review

(KULawR)

academic peer-reviewed law journal




  • Phuoc Tu Truong


    e-mail: tphuoc144@gmail.com

    Ho Chi Minh City University of Law

    Lecturer

    Language proficiency: English

  • Tatiana S.Zaplatina


    e-mail: tatianazaplatina@yandex.ru

    Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL)

    postgraduate student of integrational and European law chair

    Language proficiency: Russian, English, Spanish

  • MARINA N. LAZAREVA


    e-mail: lazareva-mn@yandex.ru

    Ph.D. (Law)

    Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL),

    North-Western Institute (affiliate), Vologda

    Head of State and Law Department

    Marina Lazareva is head of State and Law Department of North-Western Institute (affiliate) of Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL). She obtained her degree in constitutional law in 2009 with thesis on Parliament of the Czech Republic. Her main fields of research are constitutional law of Eastern European countries, parliamentary law, constitutional justice, ECHR, law enforcement agencies. She is author of publications in Russian, English, Hungarian languages, including:

    Marina Lazareva et al, Judicial Power in Great Britain (Vologda, 2013);

    Marina Lazareva, Modern Parliament of the Czech Republic (Vologda, 2012);

    Marina Lazareva, Constitutional framework of state law-enforcement service in the Russian Federation and foreign countries (Vologda, 2012).

  • Irina A. Alebastrova


    e-mail: ialebastrova@mail.ru

    Ph.D. (Law)

    Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL)

    Associate Professor of Constitutional and Municipal Law

    Irina Alebastrova is an Associate Professor of Constitutional Law (since 1996) at Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL). She presented her PhD thesis “The Elections in USSR as a Democratic Institution” in 1991. Irina Alebastrova has a number of books and articles published in the fields of human rights and public authority, elections, political parties and parliament, paying particular attention to them as the institutions of English, American and French constitutional law, including:

                                Foreign Constitutional Law textbooks written by Irina Alebastrova as a sole author, as well as with co-authors (1998-2014);

                                Irina Alebastrova, Foundations of American Constitutionalism (Jurisprudensia 1999);

                                Irina Alebastrova et al (ed Vyacheslav Maklakov), Election Legislation in Foreign Countries (Ves mir 2004);

                                Irina Alebastrova et al (ed Vyacheslav Maklakov), Constitutional Control in Foreign Countries (2 edns, Norma 2008, 2010);

                                Irina Alebastrova et al, Territory Institution in Public Law (Norma 2013);

                                Irina Alebastrova et al (ed Boris Strashun), Selected Constitutions of Foreign Countries (2 edns, Jurait 2012, 2014).

  • Larissa I. Zakharova


    e-mail: lizakharova@msal.ru

    Ph.D. (Law)

    Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL)

    Associate Professor of International Law

         Larissa Zakharova is an Associate Professor at the International Law Department of the Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL). She holds an MA degree in International Relations/ Peace and Conflict Resolution and a PhD degree in International Law. Her PhD thesis was devoted to the international standards in the sphere of human rights and the role of the Russian High Commissioner for Human Rights in their implementation. She teaches International Law, International Human Rights Law, International Sports Law, Russian Doctrine of International Law. Larissa Zakharova is the author of a number of books and articles on human rights, various aspects of international sports law, and on other topical issues of international law including the following monographs:

                                Larissa Rybkina. Facing New Dangers. A Young View (Moscow, 1998);

                                Larissa Zakharova. International Standards in the Field of Human Rights and the Role of the Ombudsman in Their Implementation (Moscow, 2002);

                                Larissa Zakharova. "О Sport, You are Peace!" The Role of International Law, Lex Sportiva and Lex Olympica in Regulating International Sports Relations (Moscow, 2013);

                                Larissa Zakharova. “O Sport, You are Peace!” The Role of International Law, Lex Sportiva and Lex Olympica in Regulating International Sports Relations (2nd ed. Saarbrücken, 2015);

  • Sergey S. Zaikin


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    Ph.D. (Law)

    Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL)

    Associate Professor of Constitutional and Municipal Law

    In 2010 graduated from State University – Higher School of Economics (now – National Research University “Higher School of Economics”) with Honor. In 2013 he finished there his postgraduate studies and defended his dissertation “Agreements of political parties in the Russian Constitutional Law”.

    2010 – 2013: Assistant Coordinator, Project Coordinator, Institute for Law and Public Policy; Managing Editor, Comparative Constitutional Review Journal

    2013 – Lecturer, Chamber of Constitutional and Municipal Law, Kutafin Moscow Law University

    In 2011 took part in the educational project for young lecturers of Constitutional Law of CIS countries “Comparative Constitutional Law: theory and methodology from the point of view of the constitutional reforms”, in 2013 took part in the International Summer School “Strategic Human Rights Litigation”.

    In 2010 – 2013 took part in two scientific projects in National Research University “Higher School of Economics”: “Legal analysis and modelling of political competition” and “Analysis and modelling of concurrent legal order”.

    Scientific interests: direct and representative democracy, political parties, constitutional amendments, grounds of constitutional order.