How to properly procrastinate, why a lawyer needs dancing and why working in an IT company is not the limit... Read an interview with Daria Efremova, who has been studying at RUDN Law Institute for 5 years, getting only A-grades and managing to work and relax.
5 students, 3 universities, 1 goal — to get the most out of your studies. The material focuses on the Institute of Law students who were able to complete internships at the partner universities of RUDN University. Some of them have already returned with new impressions and useful experience, others are abroad and continue to study. We talked with the students and found out how the adaptation to the new university was going on, what made studying different and how the internship helped defend their thesis.
He copes (i.e. contends) with two roles: an Olympic champion and a successful lawyer. The former uses a gold medal as an argument, the latter — a brilliant career. How to switch? How to combine sport and study? Vladislav Larin, a student of the RUDN University Institute of Law, 2020 Olympic champion in taekwondo, European champion, world champion, told the Thousands of Stories — One University media project commemorating the RUDN University birthday in an interview.
To be an anniversary graduate is a great honor and responsibility. But student Lo Pa Pan knows what responsibility is: he is a future lawyer with ambitious plans. His goal is to reduce the number of death penalty articles in the Vietnamese Criminal Code. Read his thoughts about studying in “far, big and beautiful” Russia and the desire to change the world.
Sino Dzhonov has dreamt of becoming a lawyer since he was a child. He daydreamed of being a reputable young man wearing an expensive suit and holding a briefcase, and he loved this image. However, when he studied at the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (RUDN), he realized that what matters most is not the looks but the knowledge you possess. Today, Sino is a successful young specialist, with an 80% win rate in court.
What is the role of language in the post-industrial digital society of the third millennium? This issue was discussed by the participants of the annual international conference "Society and Languages in the Third Millennium: Communication. Education. Translation", which took place on May 22-23, at the Department of Foreign Languages of the RUDN Law Institute to draw the attention of the participants to the various aspects of language functioning of the in modern society.
Students of RUDN Law Institute prepared more than 40 posters for May 9, in 8 foreign languages . Posters in English, Arabic, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, German, French and Japanese, dedicated to the Victory over fascism, were placed on the walls of the Institute's corridors in the main building of RUDN.
What does a modern specialist need for a successful career in the translation industry? Dr. Fortunato Denegri, head of the translation agency EFFE di Fortunato Denegri (Italy), translator and teacher of foreign languages, graduate of the Master's program "Legal Translation" of the Department of Foreign Languages of the Law Institute, conducted a webinar for students of translation programs at the Law Institute.
Boris Naimushin, interpreter of Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov (2002-2012), Head of the Department of English Philology (New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria) told students and teachers of RUDN Law Institute about the role of digital resources in training interpreters in conditions of digitalization of the society of the 21st century.
The students of the Law Institute of the RUDN University, as part of two teams, took part in the Russian round of competition among law students in International Negotiation Competition 2019 and won prizes: team RUDN-1 Albert Hulutdinov and Aknur Kulushov - 2nd place, team RUDN-2 Egor Zhernakov and Andrey Shakhmuradov - 3rd place. The coach of both teams is Kamo Chilingaryan, senior lecturer of the Department of Foreign Languages, RUDN Law Institute.
Ekaterina Zvereva, Associate Professor at the Department of Foreign Languages at the Law Institute, presented the paper “Oral Interaction Methodology in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language” at the International Conference on Psychology, Language and Teaching (ICPLT). The conference was held February 24-25 in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).
A team of the RUDN Law Institute consisting of Aydin Aydyngali, Anastasia Alekseeva, Aknur Kulushov, Aisylu Latypova and Svyatoslav Volodin successfully participated in the Philip Jessup International Law Competition, held from 30 January to 3 February, at Moscow State University and MGIMO. Under the guidance of assistant professor Marianna Ilyashevich, the team took the honorable 4th place in the contest of written memorandums, as well as 10th place in the overall standings (among 30 teams). Following the performance, the team received a separate award “Honorable mention team”, and associate professor Marianna Ilyashevich, as a team coach, was awarded for outstanding commitment to the competition and many years of support for the competition in Russia.