International Institute of Economics and Law
The Department of Labor and Social Security Law
The department includes nine academic disciplines.
Head of Department: PhD. jur. , Associate Professor Korneeva, I.L.
The department is fully staffed with qualified teachers; most of them are the candidates of legal sciences and senior lecturers.
Areas of activity of the department:
- Implementation of educational activities;
- Training of teachers and students for accreditation IIEL;
- Provision of teaching materials for the course of new disciplines, producing masters;
- Research activity of faculty members, the introduction of the results obtained in the learning process;
- Organization of research activities of students. Conducting scientific student conferences, their involvement in the development of proposals on improvement of legislation (in the process of writing term papers and final qualifying works), to participate in intercollegiate competitions for writing scientific papers;
- The scientific leadership of the graduate students;
- Study of foreign legislation to update the international dimension in the teaching of disciplines;
- Intensification of distance learning through the use of a blog site for the IIEL interaction with the trainees;
- Development of training materials for the purpose of modernizing;
- Education of students in a spirit of respect for the rule of law and morality.
The teaching staff of the Department:
I. L. Korneeva PhD , Associate Professor
Petrenko D.S PhD. , Associate Professor
Taradonov S.V PhD. , Associate Professor
Shapovalov D.A PhD. Science
Fixing the Department of courses for teachers
Inheritance law: Korneeva, I.L (Full-time department) and Petrenko, D.S (Full-time and part-time and part-time office)
Family Law: Petrenko, D.S.
Housing law: Korneeva, I.L.
Notary: Nechaev, L.A.
Employment Law: Nechaev, L.A.
The right to social security: Nechaev, L.A.
Civil Procedural Law: Nechaev, L.A.
Insurance Law: Taradonov S.V.
Legal regulation of intellectual property: D.A Shapovalov.
Features of teaching methods of disciplines:
Methods of teaching subjects assigned to the department differ from the methods of teaching in similar departments of other universities of the country, as there are two methods of teaching, practiced in the IIEL.
- A problematic approach to the stated teaching material (in lectures, practical classes in TAP, counseling courses);
- A method of comparative study of the existing domestic legislation with that of previous years (in tsarist Russia and the USSR), and the laws of other states in order to identify similarities and differences and establish trends in the development of domestic legislation on the curriculum.
The value of knowledge of the disciplines taught at the department in the future life of graduates IIEL
In the course of the study subjects taught at the department, students learn the concepts, principles, structure and content of legislation on these subjects. In addition, they acquire skills in resolving conflict situations in life by means of laws, as well as in the preparation of legal documents (wills, marriage contracts, claims to court, employment contracts, exchange, purchase of residential, employment contracts and agreements, etc .).
Students gain the skills to find the materials and the ability to learn and express themselves know (it is in the process of writing term papers and final qualifying works, preparation of reports on scientific conferences).
As a result, graduates acquire the ability to write competently and logically essays on a given topic, and not only legal, but also any others.
The students get the knowledge becomes essential to the future life. The value of this is as follows:
а) the knowledge gained in each discipline are necessary and indispensable element in the Graduate Institute of Vocational Education;
б) the knowledge, skills and abilities can be used in future graduate in their performance, and, in any field;
c) most of the knowledge of disciplines (eg, civil procedure, family law, housing law, notaries, inheritance law, labor law, insurance law, intellectual property rights) may be used by a student in his personal life, because they are necessary for every citizen. It is also important because our society is in the process of building the rule of law in which citizens need to know the law and use that knowledge into practice in order to be law-abiding people.
The graduates have studied faithfully taught in the department of labor law and social welfare subjects, and assimilated the knowledge of subjects taught by the department chair of civil law and business law, can successfully use this knowledge while working as counsel, judge, prosecutor, advocate, sales representative, manager personnel department, investigator, teacher, researcher, writer, journalist and, of course, an entrepreneur.