PUBLIC TALKS FOR ALL. OPEN LECTURE SERIES
As part of the TED x TSUL project, we sought to inspire young people, educate them on how to succeed and set goals effectively, and respond to their inquiries regarding possible career paths. Meetings with pupils of individuals who have excelled in business and other sectors are planned. Any interested party is welcome to attend these meetings, which are open to everyone. TED TSUL events can be found at the following link:
Kamola Alieva - Acting Associate Professor at TSUL, PhD in Law, Expert on Gender equality issues, Women’s rights activist, Uzbek feminist, mother of 3 and kelin for 16 years. She is known for giving an interviews for Uzbekistan’s several popular media. Kamola Alieva is one of the women’s rights activists, among many others, who advocated and pushed for Uzbekistan to criminalize domestic violence in April, 2023.
She is a participant of various international scientific projects that aim to ensure gender equality in Uzbekistan. Also she openly talks about the problem of violence and the gender stereotypes on her Twitter and Instagram.
Kamola Alieva founded a student-volunteering group at TSUL and help advocate against gender-based violence.
Sardorbek Yusupov (Doctor of Science, PhD in Law) is the Head of the Administrative and Financial Law Department at Tashkent State University of Law. He is an excellent lecturer and leader with a track record of success in lecturing and student mentoring. In 2020-2020, he was Head of the Department of Coordination of Scientific Research and Training of Scientific and Pedagogical Personnel, as well as Associate Professor at the Department of State Law and Management. Author of research works such as 'International Legal Bases of Parliamentary Control Over the State Budget: On the Example of Inter-Parliamentary Institutions' (2021) and others.
He is currently demonstrating administrative law and tax law to students and supervising research clubs. Developed continuing programs through effective team communication and collaboration.
Asal Juraeva - Lecturer at Administrative and Financial Law Department of TSUL who previously worked as specialist at the International cooperation department of TSUL. Asal is hopeful to change people's perspective on taxes and break stereotypes about its significance in community life.
Sayidkomil Ibodullaev is a Lecturer at International law and human rights department of TSUL. He has graduated from the University of Glasgow, Scotland and now is doing further research in international law. As an experienced Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition participant and lecturer in international law, Sayidkomil will explain the concept of international law and change the perspectives which claim that it doesn't work.
Khumoyun Soyipov is a Lecturer at Administrative and Financial Law Department of TSUL who previously worked as a Deputy Lawyer of the Tashkent office of Duan & Duan International Law Firm, which is one of the top 20 Chinese law firms with more than 1,000 active international lawyers. Khumoyun is hopeful to change people's perspective on administrative law and break stereotypes about its significance in community life. During his speech he aims to highlight relationship between administrative and other spheres of law.
Tashkent State Law University's qualified academics host public scientific expositions and seminars on contemporary issues within the scope of domestic and international law. It will be possible for anyone who want to take part in this seminar to do so either physically in the university building or virtually. The primary objectives of these gatherings are to discuss contemporary legal topics and to exchange ideas with participants.
In addition, Tashkent State Law University frequently organizes conferences, symposiums, seminars, and trainings in collaboration with foreign institutions of higher learning, global institutions, and foundations.
Meetings with foreign universities, international organizations and foundations, joint scientific conferences, symposia, training seminars, the purpose of which
During January-December 2020, a total of 23 delegations who arrived on an official visit discussed issues of mutual cooperation.
In addition, on February 4-6, the national round of the International Competition. F. Jessup, which was attended by more than 10 international judges from Kazakhstan, Afghanistan and Russia.
In addition, in 2020, 14 joint international events were held with the participation of foreign partners.
February 7 - Shannon Roach, US Embassy Volunteer, gives a master class on "Developing English Story Writing Skills."
February 27 - A meeting was held with the participation of UN representatives on the topic "Establishment of a regional center for education and training in the field of human rights."
February 28 - an international conference "The rule of law: a modern approach to ongoing reforms in Uzbekistan" was held with the participation of representatives of the World Court of Justice and South Kazakhstan State University named after M. Auezov.
February 29 - Round table with UN representatives on the topic "28th anniversary of Uzbekistan's membership in the UN and the main directions of cooperation" on the occasion of the 28th anniversary of Uzbekistan's membership in the UN.
March 4 - Round table on the topic "Lawyer in the criminal process: new approaches" with the participation of the representative of YNODK Kuhn Markwering.
March 11 - International scientific and practical conference "Prospects for the development of criminal law of the Republic of Uzbekistan" with the participation of a representative of the Kazakhstan University KIMeP.
November 11 - Polotsk State University (Belarus) and Pskov State University (Russia) of the Department of Theory of Public Administration of Tashkent State University held a round table on the topic "Current trends and prospects of local government and self-government."
November 16 - The Kyrgyz Association of Legal Clinics, UNDP and the Ombudsman in the Kyrgyz Republic held a conference "The role of international cooperation of legal clinics in the development of higher legal education and protection of human rights" by the Department of Private International Law of Tashkent State University.
December 5 - Nagoya University (Japan) and the Department of "Constitutional Law" of the Tashkent State University held a conference "Issues of strengthening constitutionalism in the new Uzbekistan: national and international experience."
December 15 - Ural State Law University (Russia), Caspian University (Kazakhstan) and the Department of Civil Law of Tashkent State University held a conference on "Business Law in the Case of COVID-19".
December 17 - The Department of Business Law of the Tashkent State University, together with the University of Gdansk (Poland) and the Suleiman Demirel University (Turkey), held a conference on the topic "New trends in the development of law in Poland and Uzbekistan."
December 22 - F. Skorna Gomel State University and Far Eastern State University, Department of Intellectual Property Law of Tashkent State University held a conference on "Innovative paradigm of legal system development".
December 23 - Kyrgyz-Uzbek University and Tashkent State University, the Department of the Judicial System, Law Enforcement and the Bar held a round table on the topic "Judicial reform: the international experience of Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan."
The list of collaborations between the university and foreign universities and organizations can be found at the following link:
Bobur Uzakov - chief specialist of the Department of International Relations;
Temur Imomaliev - leading specialist of the Department of International Relations;
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