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Tashkent State Institute of Law
|Rector||Prof. Babaev Halim Babaevish|
|Address||35 Sayilgoh Street , Tashkent 700047, Uzbekistan|
|Tel. No.||+99871 1331403|
|Fax No.||+99871 1333748|
|Faculties & Colleges||
|Type of courses||Full-time and part-time (tuition by correspondence)|
|Length of courses||4.5 years for full-time programme students|
6 years for part-time programme (correspondence students).
|Date of commencement||1 September of every year|
|Student body||1486 students on Full-time programme|
712 Students on part-time (correspondence programme).
|Accommodation||Accommodation/dormitory is available|
|Fees||2.000 USD - for foreign / overseas students
116.000 sooms for national/native students
|Student grants||The sum of monthly grants varies from 2.000 to 4.000 sooms. It depends on students progress /advancement.|
|Admission requirements||According to the resolution of our Government (Cabinet of Ministers), there
is a new testing system in Uzbekistan, which was introduced in 1995. It
works in our Institute too and includes exams in the following subjects:|
2). Foreign Language
3). Native Language
Full-time programme: 1273 / 213
Part-time /correspondence programme: 437 / 68
Full-time programme: 17 - 35 years
Part-time / Correspondence programme: from 35 and older
|Contact for application||Dr. Azimjon R. Rahmanov |
Vice-Rector International Relations
Tel: +99871 1334569
Mrs. Gulnora N. Tursunova
Tel: +99871 1331403
Dean: Dr. Rustam A. Zufarov
Student Body: 730 students
Staff: 6 professors and 20 docents
Main Subjects : Criminal Law, Criminology, Advocacy, Criminal executive Law.
Dean: Dr. Shukhrat H. Fayziev
Student Body: 195 students
Staff: 7 professors and 26 docents
Specialisation: State Building
Main Subjects : Theory of State and Law, Administrative and Financial Law, State Building
Dean: Prof. Satiboldi Bobokulov
Student Body: 698 students
Specialisation: Legal Service, Industrial Law, Customs Law
Main Subjects : Civil Law, Civil Process, Land Law, Industrial and Labour Law
Staff: Prof.- 3 Docents - 16
Chairs: Russian Language
There are 18 Divisions in TSLI and 185 teachers are working here - 20 of
them are doctors of Law and professors and 80 are Candidates of Law with
From June 1996 the Institute has a Centre for Studies of Human and Humanitarian rights, which is Republican non governmental organisation. The Centre is working on developing human and humanitarian rights.
The Centre has a Library for human and humanitarian rights - it is one of the information channels on human rights in the Republic of Uzbekistan.
There is also an open library for legal information (American Bar Association) for use by everyone.
The Institute also has a Computer Centre with modern computers.
From the moment of its creation TSLI has 3 departments and 1 correspondent department.
TSLI's every department has special chairs for accomplishing the educational process. They are in close contacts with the law protecting organisations and the Supreme Court.
Master Of Law is a high education with fundamental and practical on a specific profession. Duration of study is 2 years or more having a Bachelor Degree. Graduates of the Master of Law program must pass Qualification State Exams. According to the results of exams graduates get a diploma, which gives the right to work in this profession.
Free Legal Clinic
was established on March 2000. The main aim of the Clinic is to consult people who could not pay for the services of professional advocates. In the frameworks of this project, which was financed by the Open Society Institute, 40 students under the supervision of the staff of the Institute, give legal advice to the vulnerable layers of the population.
Prof. Shoakbor Sh. Sharahmetov
Academic Hodji-Akbar R. Rahmankulov
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