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Scientific activity

The scientific activity of the Tashkent State University of Law is aimed at strengthening the scientific potential in the specialty "jurisprudence" not only in Uzbekistan, but also in Central Asia, the training of highly qualified scientific and scientific-pedagogical personnel in the institutes of postgraduate education - aimed at training doctors of philosophy (PhD) and doctors Sciences (DSc), conducting scientific research and implementing their results in all areas of jurisprudence, establishing interaction with higher educational and research institutions, government and economic management and other organizations, as well as with leading foreign higher educational and research institutions.

Scientific activity and research activity is one of the most important areas of university activity among the teaching staff, independent researchers, doctoral students, masters and students.

Scientific activities and research of the University are determined by the Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan "On Education", the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated February 16, 2017 "on further improvement of the system of postgraduate education", the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated May 22, 2017 No. 304 "On measures for further improving the system of postgraduate education. ”, Carried out in accordance with the decrees of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan“ On additional measures to radically improve legal education and science in the Republic of Uzbekistan ”,“ On approval of the Concept for the development of the higher education system of the Republic of Uzbekistan until 2030 ”,“ On the approval of the Concept development of science until 2030 ", the regulation" on scientific management "and other legislative and subordinate acts.


12.00.01 - Theory and history of state and law. History of legal doctrines

12.00.02 - Constitutional Law. Administrative law. Financial and Customs Law

12.00.03 - Civil law. Business law. Family law. International private law

12.00.04 - Civil procedural law. Commercial procedural law. Arbitration and Mediation

12.00.05 - Labor law. Social Security law

12.00.06 - Natural resource law. Agrarian law. Environmental law

12.00.07 - Judicial power. Prosecutor supervision. Organization of law enforcement. advocacy

12.00.08 - Criminal law. Criminology. Criminal law

12.00.09 - Criminal procedure. Forensics, Operational Investigation Law and Forensic Science

12.00.10 - International law

12.00.11 - Parliamentary Law.

12.00.12 - Problems of corruption.

13.00.02 - Theory and methods of teaching and upbringing (by industry).


About the "Legal Tech" laboratory of the Center of Legal Initiatives and Innovations of the Tashkent State University of Law

The “Legal Tech” laboratory at the Center of Legal Initiatives and Innovations was organized in accordance with point 33 of the Roadmap for further improving the activities of TSUL by PD No.UP-5987 dated April 29, 2020 "On additional measures to radically improve legal education and science in the Republic of Uzbekistan ".

By order of the Minister of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated May 27, 2020 No. 92, 1 staff unit was allocated to this laboratory. A young specialist I. Norov was hired for this vacancy.

Also, for the effective organization of laboratory work, 216-A room of the 3rd educational building was allocated. Currently, the design of the premises and the necessary documents for improving the material and technical base of the laboratory have been developed. Work is underway to purchase the necessary equipment and premises in accordance with the requirements of the legislation.

At the same time, the project of a coworking center at Legal Tech and Foresight Center was designed. A stand with a name was set up in front of the laboratory.

In order to study the best foreign experience and practice of organizing laboratory activities, the following publications were purchased and placed for use in the center, published in foreign countries:

1) “Legal Tech and the New Sharing Economy,” Marcelo Corrales Compagnucci, 2020.

2) “Legal Tech, Smart Contracts and Blokchain”, Marcelo Corrales Compagnucci, 2019.

3) “The Tech Contracts Handbook: Cloud Computing Agreements, Software Licenses, and Other IT Contracts for Lawyers and Businesspeople,” David W. Tollen, 2016.

4) “Information technology and lawyers”, Arno R. Lodder, 2006.

5) “The innovative Lawyer”, Thomas A. Decker, 2003.

This laboratory serves as a center for business incubation and acceleration of start-up projects at the university. The laboratory constantly monitors the development and achievements in the field of information technology, including technical solutions that can be used in the development of information and legal technologies and systems; ensuring the development of information and legal technologies. The purpose of this laboratory is to awaken students' interest in information technology and systems and to attract them to this area.

For this purpose, students, doctoral students and independent applicants of TSUL participate in competitions for new startups "Best Innovative Project", "Youngest Scientist" and "Best Independent Work", "Best Creative Approach", "Best Innovative Idea" and "Competitions in the nomination" Innovative education ". More than 40 works took part in the competitions. All works were discussed in detail and the winners in each nomination were determined.

In addition, an online competition for the best start-up projects for 2020 was organized among students, and the final stage was held remotely on June 9, 2020 through the ZOOM application.

The competition was attended by projects totaling 550 million soums, such as: “Strengthen your life with law!”, “Transfers”, “ID on the phone”, “MyLaw”, “Online legal advice market”, “ "," "and Legally24.Uz.

The results of the competitions were announced by the Youth Academy under the Ministry of Innovative Development: “Strengthen your life with law!”, “”, “Online legal advice market”, “”. These startup projects were eligible to participate in the competition for the best 20 start-up projects for 2020 on a self-financing basis.

In addition, in order to support promising youth start-up projects and implement the "University 3.0" concept, the university has formed a portfolio of 30 start-up projects.

To implement these projects, a web platform and a mobile application "Legal City" have been created. On October 7, 2020, the presentation of the web platform took place. The mobile application is hosted on the Google Play Market platform and is available for download.

In addition, a business accelerator of the Legal Tech laboratory was launched. In order to constantly replenish the portfolio of start-up projects, it is planned to organize and hold a start-up project competition in 2021.

Currently, work is underway to effectively implement start-up projects. To attract students to this activity and form project groups in accordance with the portfolio of startups, announcements were posted on the official website of TSUL and on social networks. As a result, a resident base of the laboratory was formed, consisting of more than 40 students.

The laboratory also contributed to the process of creating symbols of the university, reflecting the unique image of the university. For this, projects of the university logos and a project of the exterior of new university buildings were developed.

For the implementation of start-ups and the commercialization of scientific and innovative developments, measures were taken to create the «Scientific Translations». Within the framework of the project for the implementation of scientific translations, the site "" was created.

In order to constantly inform the public about the laboratory's activities developed logo of the laboratory, and a channel was launched on the Telegram social network. In addition, a channel has been launched on the Youtube platform where courses on legal technology solutions will be announced.

Was developed the prospectus and the first copies were published, which contained useful information for students, as well as information materials related to the activities of the Tashkent State University of Law. This guide also contains information you need to live and study in Tashkent. Currently, work is underway to create a platform for students.


The Council of Young Scientists

The Council of Young Scientists of the Tashkent State University of Law (TSUL) was created in 2013 for the consolidation and protection the scientific interests of young scientists.

The Council of Young Scientists of TSUL (CYS) is a permanent collegial advisory body consisting of plenipotentiary representatives of young scientists of TSUL, carrying out its activities on a voluntary basis. Members of the CYS are doctoral students, applicants and members of the teaching staff in the amount of 21 members, as well as bachelor's and master’s degree students of the University under the age of 40, who divide purposes and tasks of the CYS.

Main objectives of the SMU are creating conditions for the development of research activities and promoting the professional growth of young scientists; protecting the scientific interests of young scientists, enhancing the social activities of young scientists and specialists, consolidating their efforts in solving scientific problems that are priority for SMU, developing innovative activities of young scientists and specialists, effectively popularizing the scientific achievements of young scientists, attracting of youth to scientific research.

Main activities of CYS:

• involvement of youth to active participation in public and scientific life of University, scientific and methodical events held both at University and in other organizations;

• organization and holding of conferences, round tables and scientific seminars with the involvement of scientific youth of other higher education institutions for discussion of urgent problems of the national, international and foreign laws;

• organization of meetings with the leading national and foreign scientists, practicians, and politicians;

• organization of publications of article and theses in scientific collections, magazines and other materials of young scientists;

• exchange of information about the main directions and results of scientific and pedagogical activities of youth in the field of the law;

• creation of the mechanism of experience exchange according to the problem resolution, integrated into scientific work in the field of the law;

• attraction of material resources (national and foreign grants, programs of support of scientific youth, the sponsor's help) for supporting young scientists works (study projects, participation in conferences and symposiums, financial support, etc.);

• distribution of information on the training and research programs corresponding to professional interests of the academic youth;

• wide circulation and implementation of results of young scientists in the sphere of the law;

• interaction with law-making and law-enforcement bodies for the purpose of the assistance of complete implementation of creative and professional opportunities of scientific youth of University.

Under the Council of Young Scientists, there is a "Club of Young Scientists", which unites young people from the republic and from abroad, who are engaged in research and creativity.

SMU projects:

Under the leadership of the Council of Young Scientists, the University newspaper "The Square Times" was established at the university, courses "PublishPlease" are also conducted, aimed at improving the qualifications of young scientists in writing scientific articles, the "KidsLaw" project, aimed at improving the legal knowledge of primary students classes and the TSUL research Club.

In the program of the Council of Young Scientists:

- Video project "Honored Lawyers of Uzbekistan" on the development of the "Student-Mentor" system;

- Scientific and theoretical conference "XXI century - the century of intellectual youth";

- Organization of the "Best Young Scientist" competition;

- the project "The Role of Women in Science" carried out systematically by doctoral students of TSUL;

- also, a number of projects aimed at supporting young women scientists and ensuring participation in grants from foreign countries.

Chairman of the board of young scientists: Achilova Liliya Ilxomovna Acting Associate Professor, Doctor of Philosophy in Law