ABOUT THE FACULTY
The Faculty of Law was founded in 1997, and for more than 20 years it has been training specialists with higher legal education. A great influence on the formation of the faculty, the formation of its traditions, pedagogical and scientific potential was exerted by such lawyers as Corresponding Member of the Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Doctor of Law, Professor V.G. Tikhinya, veteran of the state security agencies, candidate of legal sciences V.I. Sharov (the first dean of the faculty), candidate of legal sciences N.N. Artyushenko. They brought up a galaxy of young, talented teachers who worthily continue the traditions of the institute - E.A. Kishkevich, E.E. Gerlovskaya, V.O. Klimov, T.V. Bokov, S.M. Leshchik, S.V. Zhivitsa and others.HOW TO JOIN US
Forms of education at the faculty:
- Full-time day (training period 4 years);
- Full-time evening (training period 4.5 years);
- Correspondence (training period 5 years);
- Correspondence abbreviated (term of study 4 years).
To enroll in full-time and part-time education, you must pass entrance examinations - centralized testing for:
- social science,
- Belarusian or Russian language,
- foreign language.
To enroll in an abbreviated form of education, you must have a specialized secondary legal education (that is, graduate from college) and pass oral entrance exams at the institute.
WHAT COMPETENCES WILL YOU GET IN THE PROCESS OF TRAINING
- The conditions for admission, the passing score and the number of places in the form of education you are interested in in each particular calendar year should be specified in the admission committee of the institute and (or) in the corresponding section of the institute's website.
The faculty provides training at the first stage of higher education in the specialty "Jurisprudence", specialization: "Legal support for business".
Upon completion of training, the qualification "Lawyer" is assigned and a diploma of the established state standard is issued.
Your professional competencies are primarily formed by studying the disciplines of the specialty - these are all legal disciplines that reveal the content of modern branches of law and legislation, the procedure and features of the application of the law. At the same time, your specialization is to study, along with legal disciplines, those subjects that allow you to acquire competencies for organizing a successful business, managing a small business, and acting as an individual entrepreneur.
The team of teachers of the faculty combines classical and innovative teaching methods in their professional activities, gives priority to the acquisition by students of not only solid theoretical knowledge, but also practical skills.YOUR CAREER AFTER GRADUATION
After graduating from the institute, and successfully passing the final certification (state exam and defense of the thesis), you will receive a diploma of higher education with the qualification "Lawyer".
The diploma of our institute is “free”, that is, it does not imply distribution to a specific place of work and mandatory working out at this place.
You independently determine the direction of your further professional activity, relying, if necessary, on the information, organizational and other assistance of the institute. For example, quite often graduate students are employed at the place of undergraduate practice.
Graduates of the faculty work as lawyers in firms, enterprises and organizations, enter the civil service, law enforcement agencies, advocacy, engage in scientific and pedagogical activities, open their own business.
As a rule, professional growth and career are most successful for those graduates who, while studying at the institute, showed themselves as gifted, responsible and purposeful students. There are many examples of this, but we will draw your attention to one of them. Faculty graduate Pavel Nikolaevich Zayats, an excellent student, a diploma student of republican scientific and practical conferences, captain of the faculty team at the Belarusian Student Law Olympiad, after graduating from the institute, worked in the prosecutor's office of Borisov, and currently holds the position of an investigator for particularly important cases in the central office of the Investigative Committee The Republic of Belarus. His successful career is largely the result of the personal determination and efforts of Pavel Nikolayevich, but this success also includes a certain amount of work of the institute's teachers.WHY YOU SHOULD CHOOSE A LAWYER'S PROFESSION
The profession of a lawyer is today one of the most sought after and prestigious among the citizens of our country. Despite the fact that from time to time the media talk about the "overabundance" of lawyers, the number of people who want to get this profession not only does not decrease, but also grows.
1. A good lawyer is well versed in the current legislation, and is able to find the best solution for applying the rule of law where others do not see this solution, or see ineffective solutions lying on the surface. And timely and legally competent decisions are the basis for the successful operation of any enterprise, institution, organization. That is why in every business entity, state body there are legal departments (departments), positions of lawyers (legal advisers), as well as personnel services, which are also staffed by lawyers. Thus, if the economy is growing, and the number of enterprises, firms and jobs is growing, then, consequently, the need for legal support for the activities of new entities always increases. In a dynamic, growing,
2. The work of a lawyer is multifaceted and interesting, because by the nature of his activity, a lawyer has to deal with a variety of tasks and situations that require non-standard solutions. First of all, this is legal assistance in ensuring the rights and legitimate interests of citizens and legal entities, assistance in resolving disputes (pre-trial and judicial), drafting contracts, supporting transactions, and more. At the same time, the work of a lawyer cannot be called simple and easy. Often it is routine and tedious - it has a lot of work not only with people, but also with documents. However, this job provides excellent opportunities for personal growth and decent pay. True, those who want to receive big money immediately after graduation will be disappointed - time, effort, experience and experience are needed in order to become a highly paid specialist. But it's worth it.
3. Yes, competition both for admission to a university and for subsequent employment can be high. But there is a formula for success, and it lies in the person himself - in the awareness of his choice of the profession of a lawyer, perseverance in mastering knowledge, the desire to constantly improve his professional level and everyday painstaking work aimed at personal and professional growth.
In any profession there are good and bad specialists. Only good professionals achieve success, and they have nothing to fear from competition.
Becoming a professional begins at the university. If you want to become a lawyer, ready to study hard - enter the Faculty of Law. Our teachers will help you take the first steps in the profession and lay a solid foundation for building your further professional career.FACULTY DEPARTMENTSDEPARTMENT OF LEGAL AND HUMANITARIAN DISCIPLINES
In connection with bringing the composition of the departments of the Institute in line with the regulatory legal documents and on the basis of the decision of the Council of the Institute (protocol No. 11 of August 30, 2017), on the basis of the Department of Civil and Criminal Law Disciplines and the Department of State, Legal and Humanitarian Disciplines, the Department legal and humanitarian disciplines since 09/01/2017.
The department is graduating in the specialty "Jurisprudence". The research topic of the Department of Legal and Humanitarian Disciplines for 2019 is "Legal problems and ways to improve legislation in the field of providing communication and information services to consumers in the Eurasian space."
The educational program of the department: "Prevention of illegal behavior among students and the formation of a legal culture."CONTACTS:FACULTY OF LAW
TEL. +375 (17) 237-05-78
MOB. +375 (44) 562-72-29
OFFICE NO. 303, 3RD FLOOR
E-MAIL: UF@IMB.BYDEPARTMENT OF LEGAL AND HUMANITARIAN DISCIPLINES
TEL. +375 (17) 369-82-66
ROOMS №№ 120, 121, 1ST FLOOR