History of Law and State of Foreign Countries

The course introduces students to the trends and general patterns of development of law and state, from ancient times to the present, and aims to prepare students for the study of a number of basic and special legal disciplines, to provide them with a holistic picture of the origin and evolution of the main institutions of law and state, to deepen their perception of the development of the world, to systematize and establish cause and effect relationships in the development of state and legal categories of humanity. The subject of the course includes: basic principles, doctrinal foundations, sources of law, individual concepts, terms, definitions, definitions, legal categories and institutions of law and state, which retain their scientific and practical significance for the analysis and further development of modern legal understanding.

4 credits
Subject matter of the discipline
Spring, summer
Semester of teaching the discipline
Final control
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