International discussions on legal, economic and political developments in the 21st century will take place in Yekaterinburg at the European-Asian Legal Congress (EALC) on 9-10 June 2016.
The participants of the 10th session of the Congress include representatives of federal and regional authorities, leading experts from BRICS countries, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, France, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Macedonia, Poland, Serbia, Sweden, Uzbekistan, and the USA. More than 600 participants are expected to take part in the Forum.

The main topics of the discussions were related to the role of law in the development of national economies and international economic relations, the relationship between legal mechanisms and political processes in the spheres of inter-state cooperation, understanding the socio-economic and political-legal nature of the 21st century challenges in national development and international construction.

Principle ideas and concepts cover a wide range of legal, economic and political practices in international law and constitutional regulation, civil and administrative justice, private and public law, business and labour regulation, tax and customs partnerships, the interaction of national legal systems and forms of national security.
Preliminary research on the issues raised was undertaken in the format of Congress working groups and seminars, as well as by the BRICS Institute of Law, which brings together a number of universities from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.

The Forum is organised and coordinated by the Association of Lawyers of Russia and the Ural State Law University, which established the EALC in 2007 in order to consolidate the scientific and professional resources for developing solutions to today's urgent legal, economic and political problems in the world.
On the first day of the Forum, the annual prize named after Sergei Sergeyevich Alekseev, the renowned Soviet and Russian scholar, will be awarded. The Congress events will be held in the buildings of the Sverdlovsk Oblast Government and Legislative Assembly.

On 9-10 June 2016, the Tenth Session of the Euro-Asian Law Congress took place. The work was organised in the form of panels and roundtables.
· Expert Group "Politics. Law. Security". Coordinator V.D. Perevalov;
· Expert Group "Constitutional and Legal Regulation of Political and Economic Processes in the States of the Euro-Asian Region". Coordinator M.S. Salikov;
· Expert Group "Private Law in Contemporary Russian Economic Policy". Coordinator B.M. Gongalo;
· Expert Group "Development of Civil and Administrative Proceedings in the Post-Soviet Space". Coordinator V.V. Yarkov;
· Expert Group "Criminal Law Culture: State of the Art and Prospects". Coordinator I.Y. Kozachenko;
· Expert Group "Interaction of Legal Systems: Current International Legal Discourses". Coordinator L.A. Lazutin;
· Expert group "The influence of politics and economics on the implementation of the functions of labour law and social security law". Coordinator S.Y. Golovina;
· Expert Group "International and National Business Regulation Standards". Coordinator V.S.Belykh;
· Expert Group "Legal support to interstate partnership and integration in the sphere of economy, finance, taxation and customs relations". Coordinator D.V. Vinnitsky
· Roundtable "Modernisation of Control and Supervision and Administrative Offences Legislation in the European-Asian Legal Space". Coordinator S.D. Khazanov.
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·     Plenary discussion: the role of legal science and education internationalization in Eurasian integration
·     Civilistics as an international phenomenon
·     International research projects – present and future
·     Constitutional identity and constitutional values in the context of globalization: challenges for human rights
·     New civil procedure challenges: unification and competition
·     Harmonization of legal professionals academic certification system in Eurasian space
·     Internationalization of approaches to ensuring full and productive employment and protection from social risks in the Euro-Asian law space
·     Internationalization of the Russian criminal law vector
·     Joint educational programs: potential and limitations
·     Integrated development of territories: first results in Russia and world experience
·     Eurasian labor law and social security law as a factor in the internationalization of legal regulation: doctrine, practice, educational process
·     Fundamental Science in Contemporary Legal Education: Role and Trends under Internationalization
·     Doctrine and practice of international law: between Scylla and Charybdis
·     International Law Teaching: Is a Reset Needed?
·     Transformation of public authority in the face of modern challenges
·     The role of labor law and social security law in promoting sustainable development: international experience and Russian practices
·     Media regulation in the context of the digital technologies development: searching for a balance between individual freedom and public interests
·     Antitrust regulation of economy and business in the digital space     
·     Judicial Activity and Criminal Procedure: Challenges of Nowadays
·     Education and science in the sphere of notary and advocacy in Russia and abroad
·     Reform of oversight activities in the EAEU space
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