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American Russian Law Institute
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SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL

 

DR. IGOR E.ZVECHAROVSKY

Member of the Scientific Council of the American Russian Law Institute.

Born 1959. 

Rector (Executive Director) of the Academy of Jurisprudence of the Ministry of Justice of Russian Federation, Doctor of Jurisprudence, Professor of Criminal Law, Distinguished Jurist of the Russian Federation (footnote # 1

Former President of the State Institute of the Prosecutor General's Office.

Federal Justice Advisor of the III Degree (footnote # 2)  

Author of many books on criminal law and procedure, including  Modern Criminal Law of Russia, Russian Penal  Law, Unlawful Remuneration. 

Member of Scientific Councils of Russian Legal Academy and State Institute of the Prosecutor General.

Graduated summa cum laude from the Law School of the St. Petersburg State University (LLB, LLM, LLD) 

Unlawful Remuneration 
by Igor Zveharovsky

Criminal Law of the Russian Federation
by Igor Zvecharovsky

Modern Penal Law 
of Russia
by Igor Zvecharovsky

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footnote # 1
"Distinguished Jurist of the Russian Federation" one the highest awards of the Russian government to lawyers for outstanding accomplishments in academic and scientific fields 
 
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footnote # 2
"Federal Justice Advisor of the III Degree" - quasi-military rank within the Russian Government's Justice Department. Equivalent of an army major-general. 

 

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Oceana Publications, Inc.
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The first official English language reference source of Russian commercial laws. Compiled, translated and codified by the staff of American Russian Law Institute,  the Academy of  the Ministry of Justice of Russia, and  the Law School of the University of Pittsburgh