American Russian Law Institute
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Prof. VLADIMIR L. GEIKHMAN
Member of the Scientific Council of
the American Russian Law Institute
An outstanding Russian and Eastern European jurist, one of the best known and most respected law professors in Moscow.
President of the Academy of Jurisprudence of
the Ministry of Justice of Russia.
Doctor, Professor of Constitutional Law
Special Consultant to the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation
Special Consultant to the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation
Legal advisor to the President
Lectured as a visiting professor at top law schools in Eastern and Western Europe
Lectured at numerous international law conferences and seminars
Recipient of “Distinguished Jurist of the Russian Federation” award one the highest awards of the Russian government to lawyers for outstanding
accomplishments in academic and scientific fields
In 1965 developed legal framework for the higher education in the USSR, which for forty years has been the model for legal standards of the administration of colleges and universities in Russia and countries of the former USSR and Russian Federation
By Decree of the President of Russia of December 4, 1998, Dr. Geikhman was awarded the National Medal of Honor, the highest non-military tribute
in Russia, for lifetime achievements and invaluable contribution to legal scholarship
Authored hundreds of books, articles and treatises on Russian and international law
Member of Scientific Councils of Russian Legal Academy and the Ministry of Justice of Russia
footnote # 1 "Distinguished Jurist of the Russian Federation" one the highest awards of the Russian government to lawyers for outstanding accomplishments in academic and scientific fields
Dr. Vladimir Geikhman
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