VESTNIK OF SAINT PETERSBURG UNIVERSITY
Index Catalogue: 32785
Editorial Board Members:
Nikolay G. Stoyko, Doctor of Law Sciences (DSc), Associate Professor, Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg, Russia;
William Elliott Butler, John Edward Fowler Distinguished Professor of Law and International Affairs Pennsylvania State University Emeritus Professor of Comparative Law, University of London Foreign Member, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and National Academy of Legal Sciences of Ukraine, Pennsylvania State University, University of London;
Sergey V. Bakhin, Doctor of Law Sciences, Associate Professor, Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg, Russia;
Valdimir S. Belykh, Doctor of Law Sciences (DSc), Professor, Distinguished Scientist of the Russian Federation, Honored Layer of the Russian Federation, Honored Worker of the Russian Higher Education, Ural State Law Academy, Director of the Institute of Law and Business, Russia;
Mikhail M. Brinchuk, Doctor of Law Science (DSc), Professor, Distinguished Scientist of the Russian Federation, The Institute of State and Law of The Russian Academy of Sciences, Head of the environmental law sector, Russia;
Gerrit Manssen, Professor, Doctor of Law, Professor of the Chair of Public Law, University of Regensburg, Germany;
Aleksei N. Tarbagaev, Doctor of Law Sciences (DSc), Professor, Distinguished Lawyer of the Russian Federation, Siberian Federal University, Russia;
A.V. Yudin, Doctor of Law Sciences (DSc), Associate Professor, Samara National Research University named after academician S.P. Korolev, Russia;
K.L. Tolmashevsky, Candidate of Law Sciences (PhD), Associate Professor, University MITSO, Minsk, Belarus.
Editor-in-Chief: Nikolay G. Stoyko, Dr. Prof.Phone: (812) 329 28 34
St. Petersburg University Press
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Director of the St. Petersburg University Press: Elena V. Lebedkina
1. To promote the Russian Law development and implementation.
2. To present the whole palette of the current state of jurisprudence both in Russia and abroad.
1. The fundamental theoretical research in Law and Legal Practice.
2. Applied research in Law and Legal Practice.
DIVISION INTO TOPICS PRINCIPLES
1. The division into topics is made in accordance with the official structure of jurisprudence established the nomenclature of scientific specialties 12.00.00 "Jurisprudence", and branches of law.
2. Special topics are selected in accordance with both their scientific and practical relevance, significance for readers, and St. Petersburg University’s academic traditions.
1. Theory and History of the Law and the State.
2. Public and Private law (by branches).
3. Law Institutes.
1. Interdisciplinary Law Researches.
2. Legal Life: scientific and practical conclusions, comments and reviews.
3. Comparative Law.
4. Foreign Law.
5. Russian Law Survey (in English).
6. Legal Science and Education: past and present.
7. Academic Life.