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NO POVERTY

Shavkat Mirziyoyev

“Increasing jobs and reducing poverty I have no other goal”.

For the 2019-2020 academic year, 36 422 students were provided with preferential education loans

According to February 2020 statistics 12-15% or 4-5 million people in Uzbekistan live in poverty At present, the average family in the country is provided with a personal computer 12 times more than the average family in the country, with a personal car 11 times, with air conditioning 8 times, with a vacuum cleaner 4 times, with washing machines 4 times, with a refrigerator 2 times less, with TV and mobile communication 1.5 times less.

Educational credits are provided for up to 10 years for undergraduate students and up to 5 years for graduate students, taking into account the period of study at higher education institutions.

Conscription is not included in this period.

On the occasion of the “International Day of Rural Women”, a legal awareness event was held for women of Buka district

On the basis of the United Nations General Assembly resolution of 18 December 2007 on “Improvement of the situation of women in rural areas”, 15 October has been declared the International Day of Rural Women.

In connection with this date, Tashkent State University of Law in cooperation with Buka district administration of Tashkent region and the justice department of the district held legal awareness-raising events for women.

During the event, specialists of Legal Clinic of Tashkent State University of Law provided legal solutions to the issues raised by the participants.

Also talented students of the university organized a concert program and quizzes for women.

At the end, women were given memorable gifts, as well as books published jointly with the district khokimiyat and the Department of Justice, dedicated to solving women’s legal problems.

TSUL organizes free preparatory courses for children from families in need of social protection

Tashkent State University of Law organized free preparatory courses for children from families in need of social protection – 11th graders of Tashkent public schools – who want to enter institutes of higher education.

 schedule of preparatory courses has been approved. Preparatory classes are conducted on Tuesdays and Thursdays in history, mother tongue, and English.

History classes are conducted by Hakimali Azimov, acting professor of the Department of General Education and Culture, mother tongue – by a associate professor of Uzbek language and literature Nasiba Bozorova, the English language – by Dildora Usarova, teacher of Foreign Languages Department.

Training is conducted on the basis of modern educational methods, taking into account the interest of students in this area and the knowledge gained by them in secondary schools.

Another charity event of the “Mehrli yurak” project of TSUL

Residents of orphanage in Buka district of Tashkent region took part in the charity event.

As part of the charity event, a lunch, games, and a concert program were organized for the children of the orphanage

Another charity event of the “Mehrli yurak” project of TSUL

Residents of orphanage in Buka district of Tashkent region took part in the charity event.

As part of the charity event, a lunch, games, and a concert program were organized for the children of the orphanage

On the initiative of TSUL, a charitable action “Qaqnus” is held

   As part of the charity event, it is planned to support children from families in need of social protection and children from orphanage.

   Besides, a charity event will be organized for them on April 29 at the restaurant “E’zoz”.

Take an active part in this charity event, make your contribution and make the children happy!

Students of TSUL conducted  a charity event in 9 mahallas of Yunusabad district

    Helping those in need and taking care of them is one of the noble traditions of our people. This tradition is carried out with good intentions in the holy month of Ramadan.

Students of Tashkent State University of Law also conducted a charity event during the month of Ramadan to help needy families.

Students and teachers took part in this event in  Kashgar, Buyuk Turon, Husniobod, Mirzo Ulugbek, Usta Shirin, Astrobod, Firdavsiy, Islomobod, and Turk-Kurgon mahallas of Yunusabad district and  50 low-income and needy families living in these mahallas received food products.

167 children took part in a charity event organized at the initiative of te students of TSUL

   The students of Tashkent State University of Law organized a charity event at the Sadaf ceremonies hall on the occasion of Ramadan Hayit – Eid al-Fitr.

    The event was attended by 167 children from Orphanage in Buka district of Tashkent region, specialized boarding school No 77 for blind children, Orphanage No 1, and the Republican Center for the Social Adaptation of Children.

During the charity event, a special holiday program, festive table, and concert were organized for the children.

   At the beginning of the event, boys and girls received congratulations and best wishes from the staff of the university.

    During the event, students of the university gave the children joy and good humor with the images of various fairy tale characters.

    In the end, the children were presented with gifts from sponsors.

2 Zero Hunger
Eliminate food shortages, improve quality, increase cultivation, and fight against hunger

  107 countries participated in the International Global Hunger Index for 2020 The nutrition level of the Uzbek population has significantly increased this year compared to last year This index is determined by summing four indicators for each country

  The Global Hunger Index for 2020 has been announced internationally 107 countries took part in the index, and Uzbekistan ranked 30 th among the 47 best countries in the ranking with a score of 6 7 In 2019 in this ranking, Uzbekistan was ranked 48 th with 10 7 poins.

It should be noted that the main reason for such a high figure in a year, rising from 48 to 30 places, is the ongoing reforms in the country

Through the efforts of the State Statistics Committee, the FAO has recalculated the “Malnutrition Percentage” indicator, one of the key factors in the Global Hunger Index, from 2017 onwards As a result of the recalculation, the "share of malnourished population" was reduced by almost 2 5 times and changed from 6 3 to 2 8 for 2016 2018 and was recognized as 2 6 for 2017 2019

  107 countries participated in the International Global Hunger Index for 2020 The nutrition level of the Uzbek population has significantly increased this year compared to last year This index is determined by summing four indicators for each country

  The Global Hunger Index for 2020 has been announced internationally 107 countries took part in the index, and Uzbekistan ranked 30 th among the 47 best countries in the ranking with a score of 6 7 In 2019 in this ranking, Uzbekistan was ranked 48 th with 10 7 poins.

Scientific discussion on “Problems of international and national regulation of food safety” took place at TSUL

At the event, the notion of food safety, the current global food problem, international and national regulation of food safety, international legal cooperation of the FAO and the Republic of Uzbekistan were discussed, opinions and proposals for solving a number of problems, further development of the industry were considered.

During the scientific seminar, there was an exchange of views on further development of international legal cooperation in the field of international food safety, the right to food in international law, the use of the document “Codeks Alimentarius”, food safety during the pandemic, international instruments and regulations relating to the right to food and food safety in our national legislation.

In connection with the “International Volunteer Day”, the II Republic Volunteer Forum was held across our republic.

At the forum organized in cooperation with the Agency for Youth Affairs and UNDP, Ilhom Norov, the coordinator of the “Legal Tech” laboratory, was duly evaluated for his work during the COVID-19 pandemic and was awarded the title of “Best Volunteer of the Year”.

For information, Ilhom Norov COVID-19

As part of the fight against the pandemic, he created a telegram bot that gives the population the opportunity to use qualified medical advice from experienced doctors.

In addition, he helped deliver food to lonely pensioners, low-income people, and transport seriously ill patients to treatment facilities. At the same time, he did not stop volunteering even though he was infected with the coronavirus.

The international conference discussed issues related to the role and importance of the “green climate” in ensuring food security

On the initiative of the Environmental Law Department of Tashkent State University of Law organized the international scientific-practical conference “Green climate and legal issues of quality and food safety”. 

Agency under the Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Professors, doctoral students, and independent researchers from higher education institutions in the United States, Russian Federation, Poland, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, National University of Uzbekistan, Karakalpak State University, University of Public Security, The Customs Institute, Tashkent State University of Economics, Tashkent State Agrarian University, National Research University “Tashkent Institute of Engineers of Irrigation and Mechanization of Agriculture,” Termez State University, and Tashkent State University of Law.

The conference discussed such issues as the place and role of the “green climate” in ensuring food security, the prevention of climate threats and mitigation of their consequences while ensuring a “green climate”, the current state and development of climate legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the scientific and legal basis of the “green climate” and its financing, the activities of international organizations in ensuring food security, the state and prospects of legislation development in the field of food security and food safety.

Also, information on the “green climate” and the experience of foreign countries (using the example of EU countries, USA, CIS) to ensure the quality and safety of food products was presented.

During the international conference, proposals and recommendations were developed to improve the legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan to ensure a “green climate”, food quality and safety in terms of sustainable development.

University Food Waste Measurement Program

 

   These multi-colored waste bins on campus have been installed to maximize waste recycling activities, and special colored bins have been installed for plastic, paper and other types of waste. This, in turn, speeds up the waste sorting process. Most of the recycled waste is spent on landscaping all the green areas and gardens of the university and providing it with natural fertilizers on a regular basis.

Any waste, such as batteries and lightbulbs are also put separately as they cannot be disposed off as the normal trash.

Local recycling company MaxsusTrans picks up the trash and disposes of it properly in their facility.

3 GOOD HEALTH AND WELL-BEING

Life expectancy (1995 year)
life expectancy 69.1%
Life expectancy (2020 year)
life expectancy 73.83%

Today the retirement age in Uzbekistan is the lowest not only among European, American and Asian countries, but also among the CIS countries, taking into account the right to early retirement, the average age is 58 for men and 53 for women Excluding the right to early retirement, men retire at age 60 and women at age 55.

Introduction of comprehensive prevention, antiepidemic and sanitary hygienic measures to combat infectious diseases from the occurrence of the most dangerous infectious diseases ( plague), polio, diphtheria, infantile paralysis, malaria, measles and rubella of local origin provided full protection Wild strains of poliomyelitis 2002 measles and rubella 2017 and malaria 2018 have been certified by the World Health Organization

Maternal mortality decreased by 3 1 times to 21 cases per 100 000 live births, while infant mortality decreased by 3 1 times to 11 5 per 1000 live births formed a case The coverage of vaccination and prophylaxis against the most common diseases in children remains at 96 98

I am a donor campaign has been launched

Donation campaign continues at Tashkent State Law University.Take part in the action. Because the blood you donate saves a person’s life.

Employees of Tashkent State University of Law became active in the national charity event.

 

  • Today, a national donation campaign for beautification and greening is being held across our republic.

 

  • The team of TDYU participated in the charity event, showed their activity in raising the virtues of our national values, such as strengthening the kindness and solidarity, and raising our young people to be patriotic and selfless in the spirit of high human feelings.

The TSUL team won 7 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals at the “Adlia Spartakiadasi”

  • The Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan held “Adlia Spartakiadasi” among justice institutions.
  • At the sports competition, held to promote a healthy lifestyle in the system of the Ministry of Justice, popularize sports among employees, strengthen their health, encourage regular sports, as well as create a collective and friendly atmosphere among employees, 9 justice institutions competed in 9 sports.

Dmitry Dokuchayev won 2 gold medals at the Asian Championship

The Asian Armwrestling Championship is being held in Dubai (United Arab Emirates).

More than 500 athletes from about twenty countries are participating in the competition.

Dmitriy Dokuchayev, head of the Physical Education and Sports department of Tashkent State University of Law, successfully participated in this Asian Championship and won 2 gold medals in the weight category up to 80 kg

A cycling competition was organized under the slogan “Sport – the ambassador of health”.

Students from all faculties of the university took part in the competition organized by the initiative of the Women’s Council of Tashkent State University of Law.

The following results were recorded:

1st place — Muhayyo Karabayeva, student of the Public Law faculty;
2nd place — Lobar Shukrullayeva, student of Public Law faculty;
3rd place — Madinabonu Haydarova, student of Private Law faculty.

The winners and prize-winners of the competition were awarded certificates and memorable

Students of TSUL won 3 gold and 1 silver medals at the interuniversity competitions in “Street Workout”

  1. Qualifying competitions for “Street Workout” were held among the higher educational institutions of Tashkent.
  2. More than 10 higher educational institutions in Tashkent took part in competitions in pull-ups on the horizontal bar, pull-ups on the bar, push-ups, and squats. competition, our university team won 3 gold and 1 silver medals. 1st place was taken by Abdulaziz Abdullayev (pull-up on the horizontal bar), Feruz Malikov (squats) and Ganisher Niyozov (push-ups), Khurshid Saidamatov was awarded 2nd place (pull-up on the bar).

The winners of the darts competition held among teachers and staff of TSUL were determined

As you know, in order to promote a healthy lifestyle and develop public sports, a darts competition was organized among teachers and staff of Tashkent State University of Law. As a result, the following results were

recorded:

Among men:
1st place – Muzaffar Nodirov;
2nd place – Gani Bobozhonov;
3rd place – Daler Valijonov.

Among women:
1st place – Nasiba Bozorova;
2nd place – Shakhnoza Ziyomukhammedova;
3rd place – Zakhro Ganieva.

 

4 QUALITY EDUCATION

Nelson Mandela

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world

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2 publications based on Scopus queries

Publications based on Google scholar queries

1408 all publications

In order to provide access for high quality mastering of academic studies, the university switched to the process of online learning through tools such as

TSUL library

Distant education

The events included in the main program of “Camp Law” Project started

On the first day of the project, a lecture on “Constitutional Law” was organized for the participants.

During the training on “Presidential Elections”, useful information was provided about the order of elections, the legal framework, and international experience in this area.

Also, a simulation of the presidential election was organized for the participants, and students took an active part in this process.

In the end, the students took part in the project “TSUL Court” and tried themselves in the roles of judges, prosecutors, and lawyers.

Memorandums signed and roadmaps approved between TSUL and 26 schools of Sergeli district

Rector of Tashkent State University of Law A. Tashkulov, Vice-Rector for International Cooperation and Further Education D. Umarov, Head of the Department of Public Education of Sergeli district Avazjon Mamajanov, deans, heads of departments, directors, and teachers of schools participated in the event organized on this occasion.

As it was noted at the event, by the Order of the Presidential Administration of the Republic of Uzbekistan by April 7, 2022, No. 08-942 26 general education schools in Sergeli district of Tashkent are attached to Tashkent State University of Law to improve the quality of education and the professional skills of teachers and their methodical support.

This memorandum is an important basis for improving the quality of education in schools in Sergeli district, preparing students for higher education, and further developing teachers’ knowledge and skills.

Also during the event road maps were approved between TSUL, the Department of Public Education of Sergeli district, and schools of Sergeli district.

These road maps define several tasks based precisely on the state of the schools, opinions, suggestions of students and teachers, and problems and shortcomings faced by educational institutions, which is the first step for further development of partner schools and finding positive solutions to their existing problems. As the documents provide several measures to introduce schools and study their essence, improve the quality of education and the implementation of modern teaching technologies, the development of various spiritual and educational work, and introduce students to professions in higher education institutions and the labor market.

Among them are holding open lectures and meetings, round tables, master classes by professors to study the needs in the subjects taught at school and to make appropriate recommendations, periodic monitoring of the teaching sessions conducted by teachers, professional development of teachers of law and English, the use of modern pedagogical technologies in teaching, among them the introduction of Street Law project, aimed at teaching students the most necessary legal knowledge in everyday life through the interactive methods

The tasks outlined in these roadmaps include increasing the status of schools, improving the professional skills and potential of their teachers, organizing lessons using interactive methods based on innovative technologies, creating sufficient conditions for students to acquire modern knowledge, increasing the rates of school graduates entering higher education institutions, and providing youth with spiritual and moral values to express their talents and potential, holding educational events, various conventions.

Street Law held an online meeting with 1,000 school principals at the Ministry of Public Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The event was organized by the Ministry of Public Education, the Ministry of Justice, and Tashkent State University of Law.
The aim of the project, organized on the initiative of the Foreign Languages Department of Tashkent State University of Law, is to develop speaking and writing skills in English, the use of different technologies and methods in improving the learning of foreign languages, providing interesting presentations and information about the culture, customs and traditions of foreign countries.
Spartakiad has ended among pupils of schools in Sergeli As you know, on the initiative of the Faculty of Master's program and Extramural Education, a spartakiad was organized. Pupils of the school's No. 322, 349, 350, 351, 352, and 353 of Sergeli district attached to the Faculty of Master's program and Extramural Education took part in the Spartakiad. Competitions were held in 4 sports - mini-football, chess, checkers, and table tennis.
Farangiz Pulatova - the prize-winner of the republican stage of the competition "Student of the year - 2021" A third-year student of the Faculty of Private Law of Tashkent State University of Law - Farangiz Pulatova took second place in the nomination "The most active student-businessman of the year" of the traditional republican competition "Student of the Year - 2021".
TSUL organized a seminar training on "We are supporters of protection of women against oppression and violence" The event was organized within the framework "We are against violence" which is conducted in our country in connection with the proclamation of November 25 as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. Lola Saidova, professor of Center for professional development of lawyers, international lawyer, Shakhnoza Abzalova, Senior Inspector on Women Affairs of MIC of Yunusabad district Internal Affairs Department and Senior Lieutenant Eleonora Saparova, as well as teaching staff and students of TSUL participated.
Women's volleyball team of TSUL was among the ten strongest teams of the Minister's Cup Tashkent State University of Transport hosted a competition for the Cup of the Minister of Higher and Secondary Specialized Education in volleyball among girls. 16 teams took part in the competition and the TSUL team was one of the 10 strongest teams.

PUBLIC RESOURCES (LIFELONG LEARNING)

Our university provides access to educational resources for those not studying at the university, e.g. computers, library, online resources, access to lectures. Although it is mainly aimed at members of the university community, the library allows access to people outside the University as external users for the sake of a better Quality Education. To get access to these facilities and resources all should follow the internal rules of university.

One of the key organizational divisions at Tashkent State Administrative University is the information and resource center. The information resource center collaborates with the university to achieve its objectives of the training of highly trained specialists by actively participating in continuous educational activities, scientific research, and spiritual-educational processes.

The Information Resource Center:

The Tashkent State Law institution has a unique structure called the Information Resource Center. It assists the institution in reaching ambitious educational objectives and spans all domains of endeavor, including intellectual, spiritual, and scientific advancement. actively engages in delivering In collaboration with academics, instructors, and other research groups, we offer creative and programmatic support for the educational and research processes.

Currently, this center houses a collection of the following legal texts and primary scientific literature:

  • Total: 300,000
  • Course book more than 100,000
  • Scientific books are about 100,000
  • And other literature 100,000

The list of these books is expanding every year due to new foreign and national literature. The process of forming the fund is carried out according to a strategic plan, taking into account the university’s educational directions and ongoing research.

The Information Resource Center provides bibliographic and informational services to students, professors and teachers, university researchers and general readers. In order to develop the field of jurisprudence, the Information Resource Center has access to world-class scientific and educational databases: Westlaw, LexisNexis, Springer. Web of Science, Scopus, Polpred.com. negotiations are underway to conclude a contract with the legal database.

As an illustration, in 2023 Nodir Zakirov, a specialist in anti-corruption for the World Bank and the United States, gave 12 copies of international and regional legal scientific literature to the TSUL Information Resource Center. Researchers and students can learn about the American legal system, criminal law, the theoretical underpinnings of scientific research, and legal education technique through these works of literature. In order to provide readers with information about literature and create ease of use, an electronic catalog was created based on the ARMAT ++ electronic program, and the university has an electronic library on the website library.tsul.uz and an official channel on the Telegram social network. https://t.me/tsullibrary.

Since 2019, the Information Resource Center is a member of the International Association of University Libraries (Dusseldorf, Germany).

E-Library:

The Tashkent State University of Law Library is open not only to students and staff, but also to all readers. You can use our services and become a member of our library as a student, employee, graduate of the university or a regular reader. You can use the library online at the following links:

Online Library of Tashkent State University of Law (library-tsul.uz) – through this platform you can get acquainted with all books, manuals, monographs, scientific works available in the Information Resource Center of Tashkent State University of Law.

Computer System: The Tashkent State University of Law Library is equipped with modern computers. These computers are connected to international databases. Visitors to the library may use these computers or bring their own. 

Free Wi-Fi access: Visitors to Tashkent State University of Law, whether students or other readers, can connect to the Tashkent State University of Law Library Wi-Fi address and use the high-speed Internet for free.  

Tashkent State University of Law alumni and veterans can also order books online through a special bot

Those who want to use the services of the IRC can become members of the library. A copy of an ID document (passport or ID) and 2 3×4 photos are required

Pupils of schools, lyceums and law schools. Pupils of schools, lyceums and legal technical schools can use the library services of Tashkent State University of Law both online and offline. Those who want to use them online can find the necessary books through the platform library-tsul.uz. Students can also find books in their fields at the following links:

The academy of law at Tashkent State University of Law

Members of the public can also order books online through a special bot

Tashkent State University of Law appreciates readers, and in order to create convenience, a separate page for the service “Ask us!” was created on the university website

Also, The Ministry of Higher and Secondary Specialized Education launched an electronic library – the unilibrary.uz platform. To date, about 200 thousand educational, scientific and other literature have been placed on the platform, and work in this direction continues. This electronic library was also introduced in the Information Resource Center of Tashkent State Law University.

TSUL lectures and audiobooks:

We also provide video-classes of Our Professors with their other publications (book,articles,projects, etc) in their personal page on our Website. You can have access to them in library-tsul.uz platform as an example below:

In order to promote reading and increase spirituality among young people, a competition is held annually among the “Eng faol kitobhon guruh” (“The most active group of readers”, team members are recruited according to courses), and together with the primary organization of the Youth Union, a monthly competition “Zukko kitobhon” (“Resourceful reader”).

The IRC telegram channel hosts a weekly quiz “Tafakkur”.

Tashkent State University of Law Library is located in the center of our city, in the building № 3 of the university. For the convenience of its readers, the university library is open 24/7, i.e. 24 hours a day. Students and other readers can use and services of the library of the Tashkent State University of Law independently on weekdays, weekends, and even holidays. 

Contacts:

Pirmedova Khaitgul Mukhammedovna (Director of the Information Resource Center)

Iskhakova Nasiba Sanjarovna (Department of Compilation, Cataloging and Systematization of Information-Library Resources. Deputy Director-Head of Department)

Kolokina Irina Vladimirovna (Head of the Service Department with Information-Library Resources)

Department address:

Tashkent city, Amir Temur street 12, ARM, educational building #3

Phone: 233-66-36, (1021)

Email address: arm@tsul.uz

Visit for more:

https://library-tsul.uz/

https://t.me/tsullibrary

PUBLIC EVENTS (LIFELONG LEARNING) TSUL Open Lectures Series Open – for all

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.

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.

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.”

Students of Tashkent State University of Law and the Academic Lyceum under the University participate in the project “Study sessions and introduction for foreign students

In this regard, a team of students of Tashkent State University of Law and Academic Lyceum named after M.Vosikova under the University headed by Bekzod Musaev, the Dean of the Private Law Faculty visited the Federal Republic of Germany to participate in the activities under the project.

As you know, Tashkent State University of Law took part in the project of academic exchange service of the Federal Republic of Germany (DAAD) “Study sessions and introduction for foreign students” and won this grant.

TSUL students will have internships in diplomatic institutions of the Republic of Uzbekistan abroad
According to the Regulations on the organization of work practice for students studying in higher educational institutions in the field of international relations, in foreign institutions of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the organization of the practice of talented students of higher educational institutions who have mastered foreign languages to perfection in foreign institutions of our country has been determined.
According to the document, the following 5 students of the Faculty of International Law and Comparative Legislation of Tashkent State University of Law, who have high academic performance, serve as an example for their peers through their studies, scientific and creative activities, are fluent in foreign languages and have a national or foreign certificate of knowledge of a foreign language, got the opportunity to practice in the diplomatic institutions of the Republic of Uzbekistan abroad:
1. Sabina Almatova - Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the People's Republic of China;
2. Asilabonu Aminova - Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the Republic of India;
3. Oyshabonu Inoyatova - Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the Russian Federation;
4. Utkirbek Rivojiddinov - Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the Kingdom of Sweden;
5. Guzal Khusenova - Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the Kingdom of Belgium.

TSUL expands cooperation with the UK Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education.

Eduardo Ramos, Director of the British Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA), visited Tashkent State University of Law. The meeting organized in this regard was attended by Deputy Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation of the Republic of Uzbekistan Sarvarkhon Buzrukhanov, Acting Rector of the Tashkent State Law University Islambek Rustambekov, Chief Specialist of the Department of International Relations of the University Bobur Uzakov.

 

The meeting discussed the issues of studying the processes of bringing the educational processes of the Tashkent State University of Law in line with international standards, the introduction of advisory and other practical support by the UK Higher Education Quality Assurance Agency, the organization of training seminars for faculty, as well as certification and accreditation of the quality of education. 

 

Teachers of the Department of International Private Law of TSUL completed an internship at the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law

Teachers of the Department of International Private Law of Tashkent State University of Law completed an internship at the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT), an independent international organization located in Rome, Italy.

At the meetings, the representatives of TSUL and UNIDROIT, issues of legal regulation of digital assets, smart contracts, artificial intelligence, e-commerce and the application of laws in these areas were discussed.

The purpose of the International Institute for the Unifof Private Law is to study the needs and methods for modernizing, harmonizing and coordinating private and commercial law in relations between states, as well as developing uniform legal documents, principles and norms to achieve these goalsication

Nodirbek Salayev – the first and the only member of the International Association of Criminal Law from our country

Nodirbek Salayev, a professor of the department of criminal law, criminology and anti-corruption of Tashkent State University of Law, doctor of law was accepted as a member of the International Association of Criminal Law.

For reference: International Association of Criminal Law – one of the oldest and largest scientific associations in the world. The Association was founded in 1924 and is the successor of the International Union of Criminal Law, founded in 1889.

Currently, the International Association of Penal Law includes representatives from more than 90 countries.

5 Gender Quality
Eliminate food shortages, improve quality, increase cultivation, and fight against hunger

A seminar-training on the topic “Communication in the family and gender equality” was organized at TSUL

The training, organized on the initiative of the Women’s Council of Tashkent State University of Law, was conducted by Khusnora Rakhimova, a specialist from the “Oila va xotin-qizlar” Research Institute. During the practical psychological training, interesting information was provided on gender equality and other legal relations in the family, and quizzes, interactive games were held on the topic. The expert also answered questions from participants on gender equality issues based on statistics and examples

A contest of initiative projects “Women-Scientists” has been announced

 

The Agency for Innovative Development announced the contest of initiative applied and innovative projects “Women-Scientists” (78th round).

The project executors should include only women, the average age of the research team should not exceed 45 years, the research team should include young scientists, talented students, and undergraduates.

Contest requirements:

– the duration of the project should not exceed 1 year;

– the project must be practical or innovative.

A seminar on “Family without violence – a model of ideal life” was held

As you know, to ensure gender equality and protection of women from harassment and violence, on November 25, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women was declared and under the motto “16 days of active measures against gender violence” social and preventive activities were held.

One such event is a seminar organized at Tashkent State Law University on “Family without violence – a model of ideal life”.

The event, organized on the initiative of the Women’s Council of Tashkent State University of Law, was attended by Umida Abdullaeva, colonel, head of the department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Lieutenant Colonel Nargiza Mirzhalolova, deputy head of the Spiritual Educational Affairs Service of the Ministry for Women Affairs, Odina Jamoliddinova, advisor to the Minister of Higher Education

  • The Faculty of Master’s and Correspondence Education, the Department of General Educational Disciplines and Culture of the Tashkent State University of Law organized a training seminar on the topic “We are against domestic violence.”
  • The event was held by the dean of the Faculty of Master’s and Correspondence Education of TSUL Atabek Babajanov, the chairman of the women’s council of the faculty Dilnavoz Tadzhibaeva and the head of the department of general education disciplines and culture Gulnora Nosyrkhojaeva.
  • A foreign researcher, PhD Chowdhury Kaustav, took part in the training within the framework of the Central Asian Legal Research Fellowship program.
  • The seminar provided information on women’s protection mechanisms and protection warrants implemented by law enforcement agencies, the order of their issuance, the creation of an atmosphere of intolerance, and the work being done to prevent domestic violence through cooperation.

    In the end, the participants were awarded letters of appreciation and certificates.

  • Also, presentations on the topic were made by Professor of the Department of Criminal Law, Criminology and Anti-Corruption, Doctor of Legal Sciences Salomat Niyazova, Professor of the Department of Criminal Procedure Law, Doctor of Legal Sciences Gulchekhra Tulaganova, Acting. Associate Professor of the Department of General Educational Disciplines and Culture, PhD Habib Oblomuradov.
  • Teachers from the Faculty of Master’s and Distance Education, as well as female students from all faculties of the university, took an active part in the training seminar.
  • During the training, conducted in the form of an open dialogue, participants received answers to their questions from experts.
  • The “Lawyer Ayollar” competition has been announced at TSUL

    Women working at the university can take part in the competition held on the occasion of International Women’s Day in the following categories:

    – “Hardworking woman”;

    – “Promoter of science”;

    – “Initiative woman”;

    – “Best propagandist”;

    – “Talented woman teacher”;

    – “Activist of international cooperation”;

    – “The most selfless woman”;

    – “Mistress of the University.”

  • Gender indicator at Tashkent State Law University

    In the 2020/2021 academic year, 818 students studied at the Tashkent State Law University, including:

    1. In the Faculty of Public Law, there were 176 students, of which 140 were men with an average mastery of 74.1 points and 36 women with an average mastery of 78.6 points;
    2. There were 250 students at the Faculty of Criminal Justice, of which 201 were men with an average mastery of 73.7 points and 49 women with an average mastery of 78 points;
    3. 263 students in private law faculty, of which 212 men had an average mastery rate of 72.7 points and 51 women had an average mastery rate of 73.9 points;
    4. In the faculty of international law and comparative law, there are 129, of which 102 men have an average mastery rate of 70.5 points and 27 women have an average mastery rate of 77.6 points.
  • These indicators showed a series of growth in 2021/2022 academic year, 980 students studied at the Tashkent State Law University, including:

    1. In the Faculty of Public Law, there were 198 students, of which 167 were men with an average mastery of 76 points and 31 women with an average mastery of 78.5 points;
    2. There were 202 students at the Faculty of Criminal Justice, of which 167 were men with an average mastery of 75.7 points and 35 women with an average mastery of 76 points;
    3. 391 students in private law faculty, of which 316 men had an average mastery rate of 72.7 points and 75 women had an average mastery rate of 73.9 points;
    4. In the faculty of international law and comparative law, there are 189, of which 160 men have an average mastery rate of 71.6 points and 29 women have an average mastery rate of 77.6 points.

79

Number of senior academic staff

39 Number of female senior academic staff​

6 CLEAN WATER AND SANITATION

Benjamin Franklin

“When the Well is Dry, We’ll Know the Worth of Water”

Uzbekistan is a semi-arid country that gets 80 percent of its water needs from its upstream neighbors Uzbekistan, located in the lower reaches of the river, uses water from two major transboundary rivers Sirdarya and Amudarya for agricultural purposes The country is heavily dependent on irrigated agriculture, which accounts for 17 percent of GDP Agriculture directly and indirectly employs about 40 of the population of Uzbekistan and depends on the irrigation of almost all major crops The average annual water consumption in Uzbekistan is 51 km 3 of which about 46.8 km 3 or 90% is used in agriculture

An assessment of future water demand suggests that water needs for irrigation and other needs are not fully met today, and that water scarcity in Central Asia will increase significantly in the face of climate change. Even if the drainage basins of the Amudarya and Sirdarya increase, the volume of water will not meet the growing demand In this case, the deficit is 8% while in the same reserve it is 15%. But if the flow is reduced, the deficit reaches 33%.

All buildings of the TSUL have a separated
sewerage system, for waste water and for clean water (rainwater).
Rain water is thus collected from the roofs of the buildings and is then discharged into the local ponds and canals around the buildings. The university has also buildings where all the rainwater is collected for toilet flushing and for watering the plants inside the building.

At our campus we have aseparate sewerage system.

We collect rainwater from the roof, parking area etc. and discharge this in the ponds and channels at our campus.

SDG BOOK TSUL11 288.10
7 Affordable and clean energy
Create a regulated, reliable, sustainable and modern energy access for all

Research by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) shows that an increase in costs of $50 per ton of CO2 emitted into the atmosphere, including the introduction of renewable energy sources, will help reduce carbon dioxide emissions 

38%
by 2030

to

70%
by 2050

In 2018 Uzbekistan ratified the Paris Agreement ( Paris, December 12, 2015 and made a national commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions per unit of GDP by 10% by 2030 compared to 2010 levels According to the "Strategy for the transition of the Republic of Uzbekistan to a" green "economy for the period 2019-2030 by 2030 it is planned to bring the share of renewable energy sources to more than 25% of the total electricity generation It is also planned to double the energy efficiency indicator and reduce the carbon intensity of the gross domestic product, ensure access to modern, inexpensive and reliable energy supply for 100% of the population and sectors of the economy.

SDG BOOK 2TSUL 288.10

Over the past 5 years, the Tashkent State University of Law has been widely introducing LED lighting, street lamps that work on solar energy, energy efficient table clamps. Solar panels are located on the rooftops of the university buildings, which provide the university with additional alternative energy all year round.

SDG BO3OK TSUL 288.10

The university leadership pays great attention to the long term improvement of the network of solar panels and panels on campus The reason for this is that Uzbekistan is a sunny country and there are more sunny days than Spain In addition, TSUL is located in the center of Tashkent, which makes it impossible to use windmills Consequently, solar panels and panels are installed on the rooftops of the university buildings with the average amount of electricity generated by the station per year is 320 000 kWh.

8

DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH

In order to provide access for high quality mastering of academic studies, the university switched to the process of online learning through tools such as

Employment practice living wage

Employment practice unions

Tracking pay scale for gender equity

1 280 000

University expenditure

1077 Number of students with work placements for more than a month

4750

370

604

Number of students

Number of employees on contracts of over 24 months

Number of employees

005A8765
Special fund for financial incentives of the management, professors and teachers, scientific, teaching-assistant, technical and service staff. With the decision PQ-2932, in addition to the special fund for material incentives for employees of budget institutions and organizations (15 percent of the salary fund), management, professors and teachers, scientific, educational assistants, technical and a Special Fund for financial incentives of service employees was established in the amount of not less than 185% of their salary fund. Graduates of a short course on the legal foundations of human resources (HR) were awarded certificates This short course (20 hours) at the Centre of Professional Training at TSUL has been conducted as distance learning. At the end of the course, 21 trainees were awarded certificates
The scientific conference was devoted to the issues of improving legislation in the field of forced labor in our country. The short-term course "Fundamentals of Informational and Analytical Activity", organized at the Center for Professional Training of Legal Staff at the TSUL, came to an end The short-term courses, organized in August and September, discussed the basics of preparing analytical material, techniques for writing normative legal documents, and other issues. The training was attended by 14 specialists from judicial bodies and institutions. The graduates of the course were awarded special certificates.

The winners and prize-winners of the contest «The most talented student» and «The best teacher of the year» were determined

The republican stage of the contest «The Best Teacher of the Year» was held among teachers of law colleges of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the academic lyceum named after M. Vosikova under Tashkent State University of Law, as well as the contest «The most talented student» among students of law colleges. Participants took part in it, showing high results at the regional stages and recommended by the final conclusions of the jury of the regional contest.

At the republican stage of the «Most Talented Student» contest, participants demonstrated their knowledge and skills in implementation, finding a solution to a problem situation, analyzing submitted documents, and proficiency of foreign languages.

The competition «The best teacher of the year» was also rich in debate. Within its framework, the legal knowledge, pedagogical potential, and oratory skills of teachers were tested. The participants also expressed their proposals on various legal issues. During this process, the work done by teachers was also evaluated.

The participants of the contests were evaluated by a jury of representatives of the Ministry of Justice, Tashkent State University of Law, the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Innovation, the State Institute of Art and Culture of Uzbekistan, the Republican Center for Spirituality and Enlightenment, the Union of Writers of Uzbekistan and the Central Council of the Union of Youth of Uzbekistan.

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According to the results of the contests, the winners of 1-3 places and winners in a number of nominations were determined. You can check out the results below.

«The most talented student» contest:
1st place — Mohira Matkarimova, a student of Tashkent City Law College;
2nd place — Dildora Panjiyeva, a student of Surkhandarya Regional Law College;
3rd place — Iroda Ozodova, a student of Khorezm Regional Law College.

«The best student» — Oidina Farokhiddinova, a student of Andijan Regional Law College;
«The most resourceful student» — Dilnoza Ergasheva, a student of Jizzakh Regional Law College;
«The most enterprising student» — Barkamol Nusratillaev, a student of Kashkadarya Regional Law College.

The winners of the contest «The most talented student» were awarded diplomas, cash prizes in the amount of 3,000,000 UZS, 2,400,000 UZS, and 1,500,000 UZS, as well as memorable gifts.

«The best teacher of the year» contest:
1st place — Feruza Usmonova, teacher of Namangan Regional Law College;
2nd place — Iroda Zhumaniyoza, teacher of Khorezm Regional Law College;
3rd place — Sherzod Yuldoshev, teacher of Syrdarya Regional Law College.

The winners of the «Best Teacher of the Year» contest were awarded diplomas, cash prizes in the amount of 1,000,000 UZS, 7,500,000 UZS, and 5,000,000 UZS, as well as memorable gifts.

The contest “The best teacher of the year” has started

As you know, by order of the Minister of Justice, the contest “The Best Teacher of the Year” is traditionally held between teachers of law colleges of the Ministry of Justice and the academic lyceum under Tashkent State University of Law.

The qualifying stage of the contest, which is held to create a healthy competitive environment among teachers of educational institutions, widely attracts interesting and interactive methods to science, share experience and popularize positive work experience, create a personal image of teachers, create a reserve of qualified teachers, will be held on January 17 (room 221, building 3, TSUL). Teachers of the academic lyceum named after M.S.Vosikova under Tashkent State University of Law will take part in the qualifying stage.

TSUL teachers were awarded letters of gratitude from the Speaker of the Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis and the Chairman of the Central Election Commission

For activities as part of the information and analytical expert group under the Constitutional Commission for the development of the Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan in a new edition and contribution to information and analytical support for the preparation and conduct of elections of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the following teachers of the Tashkent State Law University were awarded letters of gratitude from the Speaker of the Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis and the Chairman Central Election Commission:

– Omon Mukhamedzhanov;

– Ikhtiyor Bekov;

– Khairullo Ruzmetov;

– Dildora Kamalova;

– Khurshida Abzalova;

– Bekzod Narimanov;

– Odilbek Khazratkulov;

– Khaitjon Turdiev;

– Laylo Aslanova.

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Endowment Fund of Tashkent State University of Law calls for cooperation

With the purpose of assistance in raising qualification, training, and probation of staff and students of Tashkent State University of Law in leading world higher educational institutions, research institutes, and international organizations, providing various grants, all-round material incentives for students and staff, human resources development through material support of needy and talented students and staff, and also, assistance in strengthening the material and technical base of the university, and also to increase their professional potential.

Various projects are currently being implemented by the Foundation. For example, this year it is planned to organize a charity ball. Students and professors of Tashkent State University of Law will take part in the ball.

In addition, famous figures of art, music, and other creative spheres of our country, as well as leading law firms are invited to the event. About 300 guests are expected to attend the event.

A seminar-training on the topic “Personal growth and financial literacy” was organized at TSUL

The training, organized for women of universities at the initiative of the Women’s Council of Tashkent State University of Law, will be conducted by experienced specialists Dilrabo Egamova, Shakhida Ibragimova and Maftuna Arabbaeva.

During the training, participants will be provided with useful information on the following topics: “Promotion of a personal brand in social networks”, “Is financial literacy necessary?” and “Identifying skills and the income behind them.”

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INDUSTRY, INNOVATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE

4

$ 59 000

310

Number of university spin offs

Research income from industry and commerce

Number of academic staff by subject area: Arts & Humanities / Social sciences

11

128.9 m2

258 020 m2

28%

Total water water absorption area

Total Area

Percentage area

Toshev Azizbek, a student of our university, took part in the competition and won. His team was awarded a cash prize of 50,000 US dollars.

As you know, in cooperation between the Republic of Uzbekistan and the United Arab Emirates, the “mGovAward” competition was held among students for the creation of advanced mobile applications in 5 directions, with a prize fund equal to 100,000 US dollars. .

Yesterday, a ceremony dedicated to awarding the winners of this competition was held. The Prime Minister of the Republic of Uzbekistan Abdulla Oripov took part in it.

According to the results of the competition, the team that created the Android application “Roboteach” for distance education took the proud first place.

Toshev Azizbek, a student of the University’s Faculty of International Law and Comparative Law, a member of the “Roboteach” team, took part in this competition and feels the happiness of winning. The Tashkent State Law University team sincerely congratulates Azizbek on this intellectual achievement and wishes him and his team great success in their future work.

10 Reduce inequalities
Reduce all kinds of inequalities

11 Number of students with disability

4750

56 number of first-generation students startuing a degree

Access to university track underrepresented groups applications

Number of students

1688 number of students starting a degree

Number of international students from developing countries - 50

Number of employees - 604 Number of employees with disability - 6

Students of the Tashkent State University of Law have the opportunity to monitor the movement of public transport using smartphones With the help of the VIA UZ mobile application (for iOS, for Android), students can find out the time of arrival of the desired bus at the corresponding stop, familiarize themselves with the bus schedule and even track the movement of transport on the map The app currently includes all bus routes and timetables to the city Also, the university has a private bus These buses will be used to facilitate travel to the university for professors, staff and students

An online conference on the topic “Role of the Democratic Party of Uzbekistan “Milliy tiklanish” in ensuring the rights, freedoms and legal interests of women and young people” was held in cooperation with the TSUL and the Democratic Party of Milliy tiklanish.

A seminar-training on the topic “Implementation of justice taking into account gender equality” was organized at the “Hilton” hotel.

The issues of ensuring gender equality in the implementation of justice, eliminating gender discrimination in this process, increasing the position of women in the judicial system, and the tasks defined in the strategy of achieving gender equality in the Republic of Uzbekistan until 2030 were discussed at the seminar-training.

11 Suistanable cities and communities
Build inclusive, safe and sustainable cities and towns
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258 020 m2

10 660 m2

0.041

Total main campus area

Total Parking area

Ratio

According to the State Statistics Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan, from 2000 to 2018 the share of urban population increased from 36 to 50 6 There are 17 cities in the country with a population of over 100 000 and three cities with a population of over 500 000 These are Tashkent 2 5 million), Namangan 0 6 million) and Samarkand 0 5 million) On the other hand, according to the United Nations Population Fund ( the share of urban population in Uzbekistan has fallen from 40 in 1990 Up to 36 4 in 2016 In the future, addressing the issues of stability and security in Uzbekistan will depend on ensuring that the population, including the poor, have access to quality housing with quality infrastructure, as well as ensuring the environmental sustainability of cities and villages The urgency of the goal is due to the fact that Uzbekistan seeks to continue the process of industrialization of the economy The experience of other countries shows that industrialization is usually accompanied by the development of the urbanization process, an increase in the load on the infrastructure of cities, especially large economic centers, and the exacerbation of various social problems To minimize the impact of urbanization ( to eliminate it altogether), Uzbekistan needs to promote balanced development, including the development of regional centers and small towns, expand and modernize social, engineering and communication infrastructure implements complex programs through mining In the long run, the task is to further improve the management mechanisms of settlements and ensure balanced spatial development of the country

Tashkent state University of Law has all the conditions for the convenience of teachers and students without harming the environment. The campus has a variety of safe bikes and electric scooters for comfortable movement. Special deceleration equipment is installed in crowded places. Most importantly, these techniques are free for all students and have special discounts for their family members.

12 Responsible consumption and production
Responsible sustainable consumption and production order
SDG BOOK TSU1L 288.10

Uzbekistan annually produces 35 million cubic meters of household waste That’s about 254 000 wagons. Every citizen of Uzbekistan annually produces 165 kg of household waste. An average of 25 of garbage cans are food waste, 5 10 paper, 50 polymers, the rest metal, textiles, rubber, glass and others.

SDG BOOK TS1UL 288.10

There are 184 waste recycling plants in the country, which provide for the complete utilization of all types of paper and plastic, construction materials.

Our students have been actively involved in the programs listed below for several years

In order to provide access for high quality mastering of academic studies, the university switched to the process of online learning through tools such as

Recycling policy of TSUL

The university has done a number of things to reduce the use of paper and plastic products In particular, enterprises and organizations wishing to cooperate with the university, first of all, accept the condition of non use of paper and plastic products, after which a service agreement can be concluded with the university and the enterprise or organization For example, the use of paper and plastic products on the territory of the university by all 3 enterprises (that cooperate with the university and produce and supply food products on its territory is prohibited by mutual agreement The works issued to university employees are distributed on the basis of a separate invoice and a justified document, which avoids unnecessary paperwork In addition, to reduce the use of paper, electronic document management was introduced among university employees This is done through a single portal av ijro uz Even students can receive any document they own (payment agreement, any certificates through a separate electronic system).

Toxic waste treatment in TSUL developed with STATE COMMITTEE OF THE REPUBLIC OF UZBEKISTAN ON ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION together with others companies The Republic of Uzbekistan is currently making considerable efforts to solve environmental problems, in particular waste management, and is reforming its legislation in this area In April 2019 the President of Uzbekistan adopted a “Solid Waste Management Strategy for the period 2019 2028 ””(further “the Strategy”) Its aim is to create an effective system for the treatment of waste The reform will affect all companies that generate waste, including those in the life sciences industry This new, long term strategy of Uzbekistan also opens up great opportunities for potential investors to implement various projects in the field of waste management.

The rate of growth of household waste from Tashkent is about 6% per year, and if urgent measures are not taken, after 15 years, the amount of waste will double. The only thing that needs to be done is complete recycling of waste, which is confirmed by the experience of many leading countries. This is related to the sorting of waste, and currently there are pilot projects aimed at sorting waste into different colored bins by residents. There are many other initiatives in this direction. Today we are talking about organic waste disposal.

One of the problems is the disposal of spilled gases.

At some point, they were burned, poisoning the air, and then taken to public landfills. However, it is a valuable raw material for making fertilizers.

The Almazor district beautification department of our capital disposes of fallen leaves in a special compost pit – a huge pit 57 meters long, 17 meters wide and 5 meters deep.

Another positive example: “Makhsustrans” started processing organic waste. It is being worked on with Green International. For this, a plot of land has been allocated near Tashkent. “Makhsustrans” brings here sorted organic waste collected from markets, catering establishments and other facilities. Here, the waste is once again sorted, added to straw or leaves and manure, and collected on egates according to German technology and dried for 6 weeks. Egates are regularly mixed using a specially imported combine from Germany. After six weeks, the perfect fertilizer will be ready.

Gardeners and farmers can use such a natural and reliable product in their farms.

TSUL signed several contracts with “Makhsustrans” in support of this activity. Through this cooperation, TSUL continues its activities in accordance with the Sustainable Development Goals of UN.

13 Climate action
Take measures to prevent climate change and its consequences
Shavkat Mirziyoyev

Uzbekistan is one of the largest countries in Central Asia with a population of over 34 million. Water scarcity salinity and increasing soil erosion are already serious problems. Today about 20 percent of the country’s population 6-8 million people suffers from high levels of salinization and water mineralization The situation is aggravated by the fact that the Aral Sea continues to dry up.

Innovation department TSUL build windmills as a power plant in the village of Kibray With these windmills the village is able to produce electricity around 1000 watts/hour.

  1. Charging parking for private vehicle to reduce vehicle in campus
    2. Using renewable energy for electricity that reducing purchased electricity
    3. Ride share designed to encourage commuters to adopt healthy and
    sustainable transportation options (Carpool)
Uzbekistan's initiatives at the 75th session of the UN General Assembly were analyzed. In cooperation with the National Center for Human Rights of the Republic of Uzbekistan, a roundtable discussion was organized on the topic "Initiatives of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev at the 75th session of the UN General Assembly" a TSUL. The event held in the form of a video conference was attended by experts of the UN permanent representative office in Uzbekistan and the National Center, professors and teachers of higher educational institutions of our country, researchers and students. Helena Fraser, the Permanent Coordinator of the UN in Uzbekistan, spoke and shared her opinion on the topic. noted that it was spinning. In the end, experts' opinions were heard regarding the implementation of the initiatives put forward by the President, and it was agreed to work together in this regard.
The team of TSUL participated in the forum "Youth of Uzbekistan against Climate Change" The Forum "Youth of Uzbekistan against Climate Change" was conducted in "Yoshlar ijod saroyi" in Tashkent under the support of the Agency for Youth Affairs, the Council of Young Farmers of Uzbekistan, and the Global Environment Facility Small grants in Uzbekistan. The forum was attended by S. Avazov, a student of Master's program and Extramural Education faculty of Tashkent State University of Law, specialists from the Center for Spirituality and Enlightenment, and the university staff. At the conference, young people had the opportunity to listen to the ideas of their peers and talk openly with experts in the field.
14 Life below water
Conservation and rational use of oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development

The world's ecosystem which provides the basis for human life is closely linked to the world's oceans their temperature chemical composition currents. That is why it is so important for all of humanity as well as for us to use these blessings wisely and wisely and to manage them so that we can fight climate change. The livelihoods of more than three billion people depend on marine and coastal biodiversity However more than 30 percent of the world's fish stocks are overused today although fish stocks do not have time to recover The oceans also absorb about 30 percent of the carbon dioxide emitted by humans. As a result with the advent of the Industrial. Revolution the world's oceans have risen by 26 percent. The sources of ocean pollution are mostly on the surface and currently 13 000 pieces of plastic waste are found per square kilometer of the ocean. This level of pollution in the oceans is a cause for concern. The Sustainable Development Goals provide a solid foundation for the conservation and rational use of marine and coastal ecosystems as well as measures to prevent the negative impact of oceans on these ecosystems. By improving the system of protection of our oceans and the rational use of ocean resources in accordance with international law and agreements we can help solve the problems facing the world's oceans today.

15 Life on land
Conservation the diversity of terrestrial flora and fauna and prevention of problems with it

Tashkent State University of Law has prohibited outside vehicles from entering the territory of the university Therefore, walkways for students and faculty were developed. There are a lot of pathways for pedestrians to move around the university and all of them are equipped with: 1. Tiled trail. 2. Ramps and guiding blocks which have suitable design for pedestrian having physical disabilities. 3. Street lamp for pedestrian in night. Tsul has 200 solar street lamps, which control the solar street lights automatically through the intensity of light. 4. Beautiful walkway scenery. 5. Separator between road for vehicle and pedestrian path. 6. Benches for having a rest/enjoying the environment The walkways start straight from the Exit of Metro Station and are not far away from the bus station; therefore it is convenient for students and faculty to access those paths. Near the road it is separated with blocks so that the cars cannot get on the pathways and to prevent any accidents from happening, therefore those walkways are safe. Furthermore, there are almost no cars on the main territory of the university, so while being on the territory students are safe. Furthermore, any cars that enter the university have a separate road, far away from the pedestrian walkway

Announcement of events

Features of the study of law in the field of ecology and natural resources

Climate services to reduce the risk of natural disasters Recycling policy of TSUL

Recycling policy of TSUL

Towards New Opportunities: Green Recovery of Uzbekistan after the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Department of Environmental Law of TSUL organizes an international scientific and practical conference on the topic

On the initiative of the “Ecological Law” department of the university, a mobile lesson was held at the State Committee for Ecology and Environmental Protection.

During the lesson, held in the style of open communication, the students got answers to the questions they were interested in from the experts.

16 Peace, justice and strong institutions
Promoting peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, ensuring justice for all and building effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels

Announcement of events

Students’ union

Elected representation

University principles on corruption and bribery

University Council.

The Council of the TSUL  is the highest body of the university that operates continuously, and it is the structure that makes independent decisions about the life of the university.

The Council is considered a collegial body of the University and makes collegial decisions on the main issues of organizational-management, educational, teaching-methodical, scientific-innovative, spiritual-educational and financial-economic activities of the university.

The composition of the council includes:

The composition of the council is approved by the rector. The Council’s charter and its regulations are approved by the Council.

The composition of the council is: – vice-rectors; – faculty deans; – department heads; – heads of some structural divisions; – leading professors and teachers and other employees.

The Council may include representatives of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education and other interested ministries, organizations and agencies.

The main tasks of the council are as follows.

development of priorities for improving university activities;

implementation of effective control and monitoring of the compliance with legal documents in the activities of the structural units of the university;

organization of work on the training and improvement of qualifications of legal personnel, scientific, scientific-pedagogical personnel;

effective organization of educational, methodical, scientific and other activities of the university as a basic state higher education and scientific-methodical institution for the training and retraining of legal personnel in the “jurisprudence” specialty;

training of scientific and scientific-pedagogical personnel in legal sciences, increasing the efficiency of professional retraining and professional development of managers and specialists, etc.;

TSUL Student Association

Bachelor’s and master’s students, independent researchers and doctoral students studying at TSUL, realizing the need to unite their efforts in training highly qualified specialists for the Republic of Uzbekistan, as well as friendship and friendship between students TSUL Student Association was established in order to strengthen mutual solidarity, increase their educational efficiency, and close cooperation with student and youth organizations in Uzbekistan and other countries of the world. ·The Association is a public organization of students, which performs its activities based on the principles of voluntariness, equality of its members, self-management, legality and transparency. The association helps and supports the implementation of the university’s mission.

Objectives of the association:

Carrying out systematic work on strengthening solidarity, friendship, cooperation and mutual solidarity.

To help the TSUL administration to improve educational activities, to organize the necessary support for students with low mastery, to attract students to scientific circles and societies.

Participation in solving the educational process, daily life of students and all the current issues that interest them.

Cooperation with local and international student organizations.

Educating students in civic responsibility, forming their active civic position and civic culture, developing their social maturity, personal development, independence and self-management.

To help improve the quality of education at TSUL.

The initial organization of the Youth Union of Uzbekistan at TSUL  aims to introduce students to the democratic, political and economic processes and reforms of our country and the world, to protect the rights, freedoms and legal interests of young people, and to increase their professional skills, creative and intellectual potential. A number of activities are being carried out in this direction by the primary organization.

Furkat Isokov is the leader of the primary organization of Youth  Union of Uzbekistan at TSUL

Elections of the leader of the primary organization of Youth Union of Uzbekistan at Tashkent State University of Law were held.

According to results of elections, Furkat Isokov was elected the leader of primary organization of Youth  Union of Uzbekistan at Tashkent State University of Law by general voting of electors.

Delegates from each faculty participated in the election.

TSUL Student Association

Isokov Furqat Akhmadjon’s son is a youth leader of the University, Rector’s adviser on youth issues

If you encounter cases of corruption at TDYU, report it to @antikorbot

EXPERTS

Valisher Davlyatov, head of the “Court, Law Enforcement Bodies and Advocacy” department of TSUL

 

At the moment, information about corruption in the system of the Ministry of Justice, including justice departments and departments, notary offices, state service centers, legal educational institutions, can be sent to the @antikorbot bot on Telegram, to the hotline “1008” or to the official website of the Ministry You can send it to a special platform on the site (http://www.minjust.uz/uz/anticorruption/feedback).

The sent messages will be considered in the established order and the identity of the applicant will be kept confidential.

The Role of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in the Constitutional Reforms of the New Uzbekistan: the Experience of Central Asia and the European Union

An international roundtable discussion on this topic was organized at the initiative of the International Law and Human Rights Department of Tashkent State University of Law.

Representatives of the Center of National Human Rights of the Republic of Uzbekistan, professors and lecturers of Tashkent State University of Law, University of World Economy and Diplomacy, Brunel University of London (Great Britain), Karaganda University named after A.Buketov, The Kazakh National Pedagogical University named after Abay took part in the international conference.

During the round table discussion, there were discussed current issues of human rights, in particular, those related to education, children’s rights, property rights, and other areas of human rights.

The participants of the conference expressed their proposals to eliminate the problems and shortcomings faced by the industry.

An international round table was organized at TSUL on the topic “Spiritual and moral education of youth according to the principle of “education against ignorance””

The event, organized by the Department of General Educational Disciplines and Culture of the Tashkent State University of Law together with the Faculty of Master’s and Distance Education, the Center for Spirituality and Enlightenment of TSUL, was attended by representatives of the prestigious Ankara Yildirim Bayazit University, teachers and students of TSUL

Issues of spiritual and moral education of young people and the formation of a culture of religious tolerance among them were discussed at the round table.

Also during the round table, reports were heard on the topic “Harmony of science and morality (on the example of the Ashobi Suffa scientific center), “The role of religious education in the education of a perfect personality”, “What should be the attitude of the youth of the 21st century towards science?”, “Innovative mechanisms and technologies spiritual and moral education of the youth of Uzbekistan based on the principle of “enlightenment against ignorance.” During the event, an exchange of views on these topics took place

            University governance measures

The Council of the Tashkent State University of Law (hereinafter referred to as the university) is the permanent supreme body of the university. 

The Council, being a collegial body of the university, makes a collegial decision on the main issues related to organizational and managerial, educational and methodological, scientific and innovative, spiritual as well as financial and economic activities of the University.

The rector approves the composition of the Council. The charter and regulations of the Council are approved by the decision of the Council.

The Council includes vice-rectors, deans of faculties, heads of departments (academic), heads of other departments, leading professors and other employees. The University Council may also include representatives of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education and representatives of other interested ministries, organizations and departments.

The main powers of the Council include:

approval of the work plan of the University and the Council;

approval of test subjects for admission to bachelor’s and master’s degrees, as well as the terms of study and the procedure for attending students of training sessions;

approval of the reports of the University Admissions Committee;

approval of qualification requirements, curricula and training programs for graduates;

establishment of the form of the final state certification;

setting the amount of tuition fees, as well as setting the admission parameters for undergraduate and graduate programs on the basis of a differentiated contract;

approval of topics of master’s theses and graduation qualified works, as well as reports of the state attestation commission;

recommendation of student candidates for scholarships of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan and other state scholarships and other powers.

Council members

Rustambekov Islambek Rustambekovich

 

Academic title: Professor

Academic degree: Doctor of science in law

Duties of the rector: Deputy rector on academic affairs
Phone: +998712335162 
e.mail: i.rustambekov@tsul.uz

Rustambekov Islambek Rustambekovich

Vice-Rector on Academic Affairs at TSUL, Doctor of Law, Professor of Private International Law.

He graduated from Tashkent State Institute of Law as a bachelor in 2007 and master in 2009. He received his Ph.D. in Law in 2011 and his DSc. in Law in 2017.

He specializes in private international law, international investment law, international litigation, international commercial and investment arbitration, conciliation procedures, mediation, recognition and enforcement of foreign court judgments and arbitral awards. He is the author of more than 100 publications (including articles, monographs, textbooks, and manuals).

He is a fellow and member of the Alumni Association of the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg. He participated in the development and improvement of Uzbekistan legislation in sphere of investment regulation, international arbitration and mediation, as well as in the development of model bilateral investment treaties.

He is the Chairman of the Academic Council for awarding academic degrees in civil, family, business, and private international law. Founder and head of the Scientific School of International Dispute Resolution, as well as head of the information and analytical project “Arbitrations.uz” in the field of international dispute resolution in Uzbekistan and the CIS countries.

In 2018-2019, he worked as the head of the Department on the Legal Protection of the Interests of the Republic of Uzbekistan in International and Foreign Organizations of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan. He represented the interests of the Republic of Uzbekistan in international arbitrations and foreign courts and represented the country at UNSITRAL WG III working group meetings.

Prof. Rustambekov is also an internationally recognized arbitrator and mediator. He is designated member of the arbitration panel of the International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) from the Republic of Uzbekistan. He is listed in the list of arbitrators of the Hong Kong International Arbitration Center (HKIAC), the Asian International Arbitration Center (AIAC) in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), the Independent Arbitration Institute in Delos, Tashkent International Arbitration Centre (TIAC), Ukrainian Arbitration Association (UAA) and International Arbitration at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).

As it is known, to succeed in life, everyone must first get a good and high-quality education. Higher education is of particular importance in a person’s life: it determines the future profession, the acquisition of practical skills.

From this point of view, Tashkent State University of Law is the only higher educational facility in Uzbekistan for those who want to acquire legal knowledge.

Our university has not only a long history of legal education, but also its own traditions and values.

If we turn to the history, our university was founded in 1920 as the Faculty of Law of the Central Asian State University. In 1991, this faculty was transformed into an institute. Consecutively, the institute became the Tashkent State Law University in 2013.

Today, our university has become one of the leading higher educational institutions in the country, providing not only fundamental legal knowledge, but also international knowledge in the field of legal training.

All of this is due to our team of highly qualified professionals. Today, the university employs more than 350 teachers, 100 of whom have academic degrees and titles.

Our main goal is to train competitive, highly qualified legal personnel who can operate internationally.

In this regard, our educational institution carries out large-scale and systematic work on the development of legal education and science.

Currently, our university has 4 faculties. They train lawyers in the fields of public administration, criminal justice, civil and business law, property relations, and international law.

Our university has a full-fledged European credit system, which allows students to continue their studies in foreign higher educational institutions and establish partnerships with them.

At the same time, the complex of disciplines is formed on the basis of 90% of special disciplines, which allows students to master the secrets of the field, to become qualified personnels in their realm.

To blend theoretical knowledge with practice, our University has established departments of applied law in cooperation with the Law Clinic, the Supreme Court, the Prosecutor General’s Office, and the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Most of the teachers are practitioners.

In addition, experienced and qualified professors and specialists from the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Italy, France, Germany, Poland, Italy, Switzerland, India, Korea, and Japan were involved in the educational process at the University. 

Today, our university cooperates with 44 foreign universities and 6 international organizations. At the same time, joint educational programs are being implemented with 6 universities.

Our educational institution is a full member of the International Association of Universities( IAU), the International Association of Law Schools (IALS), the European Association of Law Faculties (ELFA), the International Association of Universities (Observatory Magna Charta Universitatum), the European Association of Higher Education Institutions (EURASHE).

The educational process and textbooks at our university meet international standards and are recognized by reputable educational institutions.

Classes encompass not only limited theory, but also in active research, writing scientific articles, and various lawsuits. This allows us to develop critical and analytical thinking, to increase the scientific potential. In this process, they can use the services of the Information and Resource Center, which has a fund of more than 350,000 books.

At the same time, various scientific and sports clubs, spiritual and educational clubs have been created at our university to organize meaningful leisure time for students. Student teams have also been formed to participate in various international competitions.

As a result of systematic measures, in 2021, Tashkent State University of Law took part THE Times Higher Education Impact Rankings and took the 401st place among the 1115 most prestigious higher education institutions in the world. This so far is the highest figure recorded by higher education institutions in Uzbekistan.

In a nutshell, today Tashkent State University of Law is becoming one of the leading higher educational institutions of the country, not only in our country and the region, but also in the world, which trains professionals and legal personnel operating at the international level!

 

Bakhshillo Kamolovich Khojaev

Academic title: Associate Professor

Academic degree: Doctor of science in law

Duties of the rector: Deputy rector on scientific affairs and innovations

Phone: (+998 71) 233-37-48

Bakhshillo Kamolovich Khojaev was born on June 25, 1982, in Bukhara region.

 

Education – higher, a lawyer, doctor of law, associate professor, a lawyer of 1st-degree

In 2004, he graduated from Tashkent State Institute of Law with a bachelor’s degree, and in 2006 – with a master’s degree.

 

From 2004 to 2005 he worked as an assistant lawyer in the law firm “Mezon xususiy xizmati”, from 2006 to 2013 – a teacher, and a senior lecturer at the department “Business law and economic procedural law” of Tashkent State Institute of Law, Deputy Dean of the 2nd Faculty of Law.

In 2004, he graduated from Tashkent State Institute of Law with a bachelor’s degree, and in 2006 – with a master’s degree.

 

From 2004 to 2005 he worked as an assistant lawyer in the law firm “Mezon xususiy xizmati”, from 2006 to 2013 – a teacher, and a senior lecturer at the department “Business law and economic procedural law” of Tashkent State Institute of Law, Deputy Dean of the 2nd Faculty of Law.

 

From 2013-to 2014, he worked as an associate professor at the Department of Business Law at Tashkent State University of Law. From 2014 to 2018, he studied for a doctoral degree in Comparative Law at Nagoya University (Japan). In 2018-2019, he worked as a chief consultant, head of the department, deputy director of the Legal Policy Research Institute under the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan, and in 2019-2020 – deputy head of the Office for the coordination of legal education and forensic activities of the Ministry of Justice, in 2020 – the head of the department of business law at Tashkent State University of Law, from 2020 to 2022 – dean of the private law faculty.

By the order of the Minister of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan on May 12, 2022, № 408-std Hodjaev Bakhshillo was appointed deputy rector  for scientific research and innovation of Tashkent State University of Law.

Hoshimxonov Ahrorxon Mominovich

Academic title: Dotsent

Academic degree: PhD in Law

Duties of the rector: Deputy rector on spiritual and educational affairs of Tashkent State University of Law

Phone: (+998 71) 233-37-48 

e.mail: hoshimxonov @tsul.uz

Akhrorkhon M. Khoshimkhonov was born in 1981 in the Samarkand region.

 

He obtained his BA in Law in 2003 and MA in Law in 2005 from Tashkent State Law Institute.

 

Work experience

Khoshimkhonov started his career in 2005 as a teacher of the Department of State Law and Management of the Tashkent State Law Institute (2005-2008), worked as a teacher of the Department of Constitutional Law (2008), held the position of acting associate professor of the Department (2011-2012).

At the same time, he held senior positions at the Institute:

from 2008 to 2010, he worked as Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Law-1»;

from 2010 to 2013 – Head of the Department of Master Degree Program,

from 2013 to 2016 – Head of the Department of practice, Internships and professional growth;

from 2016 to 2017 – Head of the Department of Environmental and Agricultural Law of the Tashkent State Law University.

From 2017 to 2020, he served as a judge of the Yakkasarai District Criminal Court.

From 2020, A. Khoshimkhonov was appointed to the post of Vice-rector of Youth affairs in TSUL.

Scientific activity

  1. Khoshimkhonov is fruitfully engaged in scientific activities.

In June 2008, he defended his PhD thesis on the topic “Legal legislative activity of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan: problems of theory and practice” in the specialty 12.00.02-State law and management; administrative law; financial law and received the scientific degree of Candidate of Legal Sciences.

He is the author of 1 brochure, more than 30 scientific articles. Currently, he is working on a doctoral dissertation on the problems of organizing the activities of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

Public activities

A. Khoshimkhonov takes an active part in the explanatory work of the university. It conducts events in organizations of the city of Tashkent dedicated to explaining the essence and content of the Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan, as well as improving the legal knowledge of the population. He also regularly appears on television as an expert on issues related to the Constitution and regulatory documents.

Iminov Azizulla Abdulatipovich

Duties of the rector: Deputy rector for Financial and Economic Affairs

Phone: (+998 71) 233-37-48 

e.mail: iminov @tsul.uz

Iminov Azizulla Abdulatipovich graduated the Tashkent State University in 1996, and the Tashkent State University of Economics in 2001.

 

At the start of his career, he worked as an accountant-treasurer, then as a chief accountant in the offices of the legal journal “Hayot va qonun” and legal newspaper “Inson va qonun”.

 

In 1999, he started working at the Tashkent State Institute of Law. In different years, he held the posts of Deputy chief accountant, auditor, and chief accountant.

Tashkent State University of Law Students Association

The Tashkent State University of Law undergraduate and graduate students, independent applicants, and doctoral candidates realize the need to unite their efforts to train highly qualified specialists for the Republic of Uzbekistan, to strengthen friendship and interaction between students, increase the effectiveness of their education, close cooperation with student and youth organizations in Uzbekistan and other countries around the world, established the Tashkent State University of Law Students Association.

The Association is a public organization of students, which carries out its activities on the principles of voluntariness, equality of rights of its members, self-governance, rule of law, and openness.

The Association helps and supports the implementation of the mission of the university.

The objectives of the association are:

– Carrying out systematic work to strengthen solidarity, friendship, cooperation, and unity of students through various educational, cultural, and sports activities;

– assisting TSUL administration in improving academic activities, organizing the necessary support for students with poor academic performance, and attracting students to scientific circles and societies.

– participation in the educational process, and daily life of students and solving all current issues they are interested in.

– Cooperation with local and international student organizations.

– Fostering students’ civic responsibility, developing skills of active citizenship and civic culture, social maturity, personal development, independence, and self-management skills.

– Assistance in improving the quality of education at TSUL.

Tasks of the Association:

– the study of the interests and needs of students, promotion of their initiatives;

– representation and protection of students’ interests;

– informing students about TSUL activities as well as grants, opportunities, educational events, contests, and educational processes;

– development, implementation, and support of socially significant projects in various areas of students’ life;

– coordination of student proposals with the administration of TSUL;

– ensuring the implementation of students’ rights in the process of improving the educational process and quality assessment of TSUL;

– organizational and practical support of students’ participation in national and international Olympiads and other events on a competitive basis;

– Attraction of financial resources to achieve the goals and objectives of the association;

– Constant contact with Uzbek students studying abroad, working in Uzbekistan, and abroad in public and other organizations.

Legal clinic of the Tashkent State University of Law.

Our goal:

We strive to create a collaboration of theoretical knowledge of students at the university with the practice for the formation and development of students’ practical skills and experience in providing non-discriminatory legal advice to individuals and legal entities.

Today we carry out close cooperation with the world’s leading educational and research institutions, international organizations and legal clinics. These include the Association of Legal Clinics of the Kyrgyzstan, Eurasia Foundation, United Nations Development Program – USAID, United States Street Law Inc Company, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), United Nations Development Program (UNDP), and Syracuse University of New York.

The legal clinic also cooperates with the Youth Union of Uzbekistan, ESTE PRIME, Interlex law firm and non-governmental non-profit organization “Madad”.

During its activity of providing free legal advice to individuals and legal entities from January 2018 to November 2020, more than 1580 applications and inquiries were processed and answered. Additionally, from April 2020 and until April 2021 about 5180 legal inquiries from citizens were answered via “Telegram” messenger.

Under the slogan “Raising the legal awareness and legal culture of society is our priority” the students of the Legal Clinic and the professors of the university have organized various campaign events on developing legal awareness, as well as consultations of citizens at their residence.

Our projects:

– Street Law 

– Competition “THE MOST ACTIVE CLINICIST”

– Competition “The Most Active Clinicist 2019”

– “Legal news”- (http://t.me/TDYU_yuridik_klinikasi)

– Working with applications of citizens

– Organization of online consultations

Our page on social media:

Applications are reviewed via – http://t.me/probonouz_bot 

A number of small practical manuals on the most pressing legal issues have been prepared based on the analysis of applications and overall issues solved during receptions the citizens’ residence.

Today, training seminars for students are organized at various government agencies, as well as receptions of citizens in the field.

Our employees:

  • Narziev Otabek Sadievich

Director of the Legal Clinic

  • Shamsiddinov Muhriddin Husniddin ugli

Methodist of the legal clinic

  • Jamoliddinov Najmiddin Nizomiddin ugli

Methodist of the legal clinic

Reception dates: from Monday to Friday 10:00 -15:00.

Our address: Tashkent city, Sayilgoh street, 35, Tashkent State University of Law, academic building 1

Contact number: 71-233-66-36, 1114 (internal)

E-mail: lawclinic@tsul.uz

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To take global cooperation to the next level for sustainable development and to strengthen the efforts required for this

Sustainability Report for 2022

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS: THEORY AND PRACTICE

Subjects and modules on the goals of sustainable development have been included in the educational programs of the “Ecological Law” department at TSUL. “Sustainable development: theory and practice” module 70420129 – “Environmental law and sustainable development” field specialization is intended for master’s students, which provides basic knowledge of environmental law, international law, administrative law, legal theory it is required to have and have a thorough knowledge of oral and written legal Uzbek or Russian.

The purpose of the module: “Sustainable development: theory and practice” module is dedicated to the study of the socio-political and legal foundations of the implementation of the goals set by the UN sustainable development program. development of thinking, deepening of theoretical knowledge and development of practical skills related to this knowledge.

This module covers the socio-political and legal foundations of the implementation of the goals of sustainable development, ending poverty and hunger, achieving health and well-being, ensuring the availability of clean water and sanitation for the population, providing the population with cheap and clean energy, sustainable development or introduction of innovations, industrialization and infrastructure development, sustainable development of cities and other settlements, legal provision of transition to rational models of responsible consumption and production, fight against climate change and mitigation of its negative consequences, is dedicated to the study of issues of global importance, such as the legal issues of protection and restoration of terrestrial ecosystems, and international cooperation for sustainable development.

Within this module, necessary educational materials, lectures, seminars and written assignments are covered for students to conduct interdisciplinary research, develop their analytical thinking, and make strategic decisions necessary for the development of the state and society.

The module is conducted in Uzbek and Russian languages.

 

The prospects for cooperation between TSUL and the branch of INGO "Regional Dialogue" have been discussed A meeting with representatives of the branch of the INGO "Regional Dialogue" in Uzbekistan was conducted at Tashkent State Law University. The meeting was attended by the rector of TSUL Akbar Tashkulov, vice-rector for international cooperation and further education Dilshod Umarov, head of the branch in Uzbekistan Petra Goryup, deputy head of the branch Behzod Sharipov, specialist of the branch program Nodirjon Zhuraev, as well as university staff.
A partnership will be established between TSUL and the UK Higher Education Quality Assurance Agency The visit of the university delegation headed by the rector of Tashkent State Law University Akbar Tashkulov to the UK continues. On the next day of the visit, the delegation members conducted talks with the Director of International and Professional Services of the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA), Professor Stephanie Sanford, Head of Accreditation and Consulting Alison Fels, and Julie Till, Director Business Development.
TSUL will cooperate with the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Tashkent State University of Law was visited by the leading experts of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) on competition, finance and entrepreneurship Sabine Zigelski and Renato Ferrandi. At the beginning of the visit, a meeting was organized between the two guests and Vice-Rector of the University Bakhshillo Khodjaev, Head of International Cooperation Department Rustam Umarov and professors from the Department of Business Law, discussed issues on cooperation in organizing seminars, conferences and trainings aimed at strengthening theoretical and practical knowledge of competition law for scientists and students of TSUL.
The international scientific conference "Uzbekistan and the UN: on the path to future cooperation" was conducted The conference, organized by the Department of International Law and Human Rights of Tashkent State University of Law within the framework of the Month of Uzbekistan and the United Nations, is dedicated to the 30th anniversary of Uzbekistan's membership in the United Nations. The conference was attended by representatives from several international and national organizations, government agencies, and ministries, as well as professors and students of the University of World Economy and Diplomacy.

TSUL and the branch of INPO “Regional Dialogue” (Slovenia) in Uzbekistan organized an international scientific and practical conference on the topic “Modern digital forensics: problems of theory and practice”

The international scientific and practical conference was attended by representatives of the Anti-Corruption Agency, the Scientific and Methodological Center for Digital Forensics of the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Republican Center for Forensic Science named after Kh. Sulaymonova under the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Main Forensic Center of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan, teachers of the Tajik State University of Law, the Academy of Law Enforcement Agencies, the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the University of Public Security, industry experts, national and international experts.

The conference addressed the problems of digitalization of criminal procedural activities in the Republic of Uzbekistan and ways to solve them, the legal status of digital evidence, problems in this direction and ways to solve them, the advantages and disadvantages of using artificial intelligence in the investigation of cybercrime, the current state of biometrics in forensics and development prospects, problems of criminal procedure law and issues of international cooperation in the provision of evidence using information technology.

The participants of the conference were informed about the use of digital technologies in forensic examinations and the prospects for introducing artificial intelligence into the criminal process, the possibilities of forensic computer technical examination, and an exchange of views took place on the introduction of new technologies in the activities of digital examination.

In addition, during the scientific and practical conference, an exchange of views took place on eliminating problems and shortcomings that have arisen in the field, as well as information was provided on the experience of developed countries in the digitalization of forensic science and forensics. National and international experts, and specialists in this field made proposals for the further development of the industry in our country.

As part of the visit, a meeting with representatives of the University of Gdansk was organized.

At the meeting, the issues of creating additional opportunities for the students of TSUL studying in this university on the basis of the academic exchange program, organization of meaningful leisure time, and creation of conditions for safe study in this country were discussed.

Issues of further expansion of cooperation between TSUL and the University of Gdansk were discussed

The delegation of the University headed by Akhror Khashimkhanov, the first deputy rector of Tashkent State University of Law visited the University of Gdansk.

 

At the same time, the sides discussed the issues of professional development of the teaching staff of the two universities, the organization of joint professional development courses, as well as the involvement of foreign specialists in educational activities by the Centre for Professional Training of Legal Personnel on International Standards at Tashkent State University of Law.

 

During the visit, TSUL delegation got acquainted with the conditions created for students at Gdansk University, the university campus, library activities, and ancient historical monuments of the city of Gdansk.

 

  • The meeting, organized with the participation of representatives of two higher educational institutions, was attended by Wang Zhijiang, Dean of the Faculty of Law at Fudan University, Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Law, Du Yifang, and Zhang Yining, a specialist in the international department.
  • At the meeting, issues of establishing cooperation between TSUL and Fudan University, familiarizing Fudan University with the legislation of Central Asia, in particular Uzbekistan, and establishing relations in the scientific field were discussed.
  • During the negotiations, an agreement was reached on the joint launch of various scientific projects and programs, organizing short-term and long-term internships for researchers, supporting the introduction of innovative teaching methods, organizing academic exchange programs, and it was decided to involve students, teachers and staff of the two universities in these programs.

 

  • During the meeting, representatives of Fudan University stated that they would provide special benefits to TSUL students participating in exchange programs.

    In addition, they expressed particular interest in cooperation with the Tashkent State Law University in the field of intellectual property, arbitration and mediation, and also expressed interest in opening a center for “Chinese Law and Chinese Business Law” at TSUL and joint participation in various international grants.

    At the end, it was decided to sign a memorandum of cooperation between TSUL and Fudan University.

     

Collaboration has been established with Syracuse University

A delegation of Tashkent State University of Law led by Dilshod Umarov, Vice-Rector Dilshod Umarov, Dildora Umarkhanova, the Dean of the Faculty of International Law and Comparative Legislation, teachers Saiidkomil Ibodullayev and Azizbek Toyirov visited Syracuse University (USA).

As part of the visit, organized to establish cooperation between the College of Law of Syracuse University and TSUL, members of the delegation got acquainted with the activities of the College of Law.

The delegation also visited the Institute for Security Policy and Law, the Innovation Center, the library and other buildings of the college campus, and also met with professors from the College of Law at Syracuse University.

During the meeting, the teachers of the College of Law showed interest in the educational process of Tashkent State University of Law, and an agreement was reached to conduct classes with a direct visit to the university.

 

 

During the visit, an agreement was reached to create opportunities for studying in the magistracy, doctoral studies and JD programs, the creation of double degree programs, as well as the exchange of teachers.

It was noted that now students of TSUL can study at the College of Law under academic mobility programs, and the credits accumulated under the academic mobility program can be taken into account in the master’s program.

At the same time, an agreement was reached to establish the first legal clinic for persons with disabilities in our country, as well as a special course on the rights of persons with disabilitie

TSUL organized a seminar training on “We are supporters of protection of women against oppression and violence”

The event was organized within the framework “We are against violence” which is conducted in our country in connection with the proclamation of November 25 as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. Lola Saidova, professor of Center for professional development of lawyers, international lawyer, Shakhnoza Abzalova, Senior Inspector on Women Affairs of MIC of Yunusabad district Internal Affairs Department and Senior Lieutenant Eleonora Saparova, as well as teaching staff and students of TSUL participated.

During the seminar, the specialists provided students with useful information on the protection of women from all forms and types of harassment and violence, as well as on the procedure for ensuring gender equality and protection orders.

In addition, Gulchehra Tulaganova, professor of the Department of Criminal Procedural Law at TSUL, Ph.D. in law, Salomat Niyozova, acting professor of the Department of criminal law, criminology and anti-corruption, Ph.D. in law, and Umida Khaidarova, chairwoman of the University Council of Women, acted as speakers at the training seminar “We are supporters of protecting women from harassment and violence” organized at Tashkent Institute of Finance.

TSUL and the Davis Center of Harvard University discussed the issues of cooperation

The Deputy Director of the Davis Center Maria Altamore and Project Coordinator Alexander Abashkin visited Tashkent State University of Law.

At the beginning of the meeting, organized on the occasion of the event, information on the university, teaching and educational processes, international relations were provided.

At the event, the issues of establishing cooperation between TSUL and the Davis Center were discussed. They also exchanged views on the Davis Center’s assistance in recruiting professors and experts to teach at TSUL.

The visit of a university delegation headed by the rector of Tashkent State University of Law Akbar Tashkulov to the United Kingdom began.

On the first day of the visit, a meeting was conducted with the representatives of Queen Mary University in London to discuss cooperation on the transformation of Tashkent State University of Law into the English education system.

At the meeting, the possibilities of the Queen Mary University for the implementation of the English educational standards in the management, research, and teaching processes of TSUL were considered, as well as the first discussion of further plans based on the experience of cooperation with other universities in the world in this direction.

It should be noted that Queen Mary University is ranked 26th in the world in the prestigious QS international ranking in the field of law and eighth in the UK.

In the course of their visit to Queen Mary University, the delegation visited the Mile End Campus and got acquainted with the facilities, organization of the teaching process at the School of Law, and activities at the university library.

The visit of TSUL delegation to other universities and educational institutions of Great Britain continues.

Islambek Rustambekov, Acting Rector of Tashkent State University of Law, visited the UK Higher Education Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) and there was held a strategic meeting with representatives of this organization.

At the meeting, special attention was paid to the issues of strengthening and further developing cooperation between Tashkent State University of Law and QAA.

At the event, an exchange of views took place on important issues aimed at preparing Tashkent State University of Law for international accreditation conducted by the QAA, and the possibility of conducting trainings by QAA specialists for those responsible for the relevant areas of TSUL employees and thereby increasing their knowledge and skills in international accreditation was discussed.

Tashkent State University of Law will be transformed in steps

Department of Transformation of Tashkent State University of Law started to prepare Tashkent State University of Law for the international accreditation conducted by QAA – UK Quality Assurance Agency.

A series of training sessions aimed at improving the curricula (syllabuses) in line with international standards were organized in this regard with financial support from the international NGO “Regional Dialogue”. The training was conducted by invited trainers-experts from Great Britain: Professor Richard Grimes (independent expert) and Professor Stephan Levet from York University Law School.

The training was attended by employees of the Department of University Transformation, Department of Educational Quality Control, Educational and Methodological Department (Registrar’s Office), deputy deans of faculties on academic affairs, and lecturers responsible for the academic direction of the departments.

During the sessions, there were discussed the requirements of the QAA UK curriculum (syllabuses), assessment and training based on syllabuses, the impact of syllabuses, the relationship of the curriculum and syllabuses, SMART principle in determining the expected module outcomes, important aspects to pay attention to when designing an assessment.

Participants will organize workshops in their organizational units based on the information they learned in the training and communicate the information to their colleagues.

An interactive seminar on “Interaction of the UN with International Non-Governmental Organizations” has been conducted

The seminar in the framework of the month of Uzbekistan and the United Nations was held by Marat Aminov, legal adviser at the regional office of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Central Asia.

The class provided information on the history and legal foundations of the UN and ICRC, the mechanisms of interaction between the two organizations, and the different legal regimes in which they can operate.

Students took part in making a practical case study of the interaction between the two organizations.

In the end, active students were awarded literature on international humanitarian law.

TSUL will cooperate with the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development

Tashkent State University of Law was visited by the leading experts of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) on competition, finance and entrepreneurship Sabine Zigelski and Renato Ferrandi.

At the beginning of the visit, a meeting was organized between the two guests and Vice-Rector of the University Bakhshillo Khodjaev, Head of International Cooperation Department Rustam Umarov and professors from the Department of Business Law, discussed issues on cooperation in organizing seminars, conferences and trainings aimed at strengthening theoretical and practical knowledge of competition law for scientists and students of TSUL.

As a result of negotiations, an agreement was reached to organize events in this area with the participation of OECD experts.

After the meeting, the invited experts organized an open training session for researchers and students on “Fair Market Conditions for Competitiveness”.

During the training, the participants were provided with useful information about the conditions for supporting competitive relations, anti-competitive actions and combating them.

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