International Law

Research Centre for International Law responds to topical issues and problems of international law by conducting independent research

The Centre’s research priorities are determined on the basis of the interests and requests of the State, private companies and organizations and civil society

Centre’s activities are carried out by a team of qualified practitioners, scholars and specialists, who devote their research activity to the main issues and current events in the field of international law

Comparative Law

Research Centre for Comparative Law conducts research, that cover all areas of law

Comparative methods are the key element in conducting research, that are aimed at thorough understanding of legal systems

One of the main goals of the research activities is a legislation analysis of the Kyrgyz Republic and the law enforcement practice of foreign countries and on the basis of which the Centre organizes the results of scientific research