About us

The Law Students’ Division (LSD) is a newly formed structure in our republic, which is the structural subdivision of Armenian Young Lawyers Association. LSD was founded by the decision of AYLA Board on December 9, 2003. The Founding Meeting of AYLA Law Students’ Division took place on April 23, 2004 in Yerevan.
In November 2004 LSD Board discussed and summarized the applications to join the Law Student’s division and adopted the number and structure of the associate members, which were registered with the division. On November 26 AYLA Board held its meeting which discussed the charter of LSD. In the result of the discussions the Charter was essentially changed and adopted by AYLA Board in the revised edition.
In the result of the developments the number and the representatives of LSD Board members was changed. The Board assigned the new heads of the corresponding subdivisions. The Board and the Head of LSD are supreme bodies of the Law Students Division.
Currently AYLA Law Students Division joins the students from over 20 law schools and the law departments of other institutes of the Republic of Armenia.

 

MISSION

 

The Mission of AYLA Law Student’s Division is:

– promote to the improvement of the quality and efficacy of legal education in the Republic of Armenia: raise the level of professional knowledge of law students:

– promote to the realization of scientific research in the legal sphere by the law students: facilitate introduction of the international legal experience among the law students,

– promote to the self-organization of the law students in Armenia and defend their rights.

Current Activities

In order to realize its goals and objectives AYLA Law Students’ Division organizes different activities aimed at development of professional knowledge and skills of the new generation of young lawyers.
LSD organizes scientific conferences, scientific discussions among the students of law schools and law departments of other institutes, moot competitions, theoretical and practical trainings. Law Students’ Division actively participates in organization of cultural and sport activities as well as non-professional communications and meetings. The Division initiates and carries out English language and computer training courses, assists to the formation of the legal clinics in the law schools and law departments of other institutes as well as to the improvement of their work. It is due to mention that LSD publishes and disseminates among the population information leaflets, which cover different spheres of RA legislation. It also organizes seminars and discussions aimed at introducing the laws and by-laws. These seminars and discussions provide an opportunity to the lawyers of the new generation to express their opinion and approach, as well as to carry out analysis and to step forward with suggestions.

AYLA Law Students’ Division provides the fallowing legal recourses to the law students:

– modern legal literature,

– computer and internet services,

– computer software program of Armenian legislation.

LSD organizes professional scientific conferences, contests and seminars for the law students.

Handbook of materials of the First Republican Scientific Conference for the Law Students "Current State of Advocacy and the Prospects for its Development in the Republic of Armenia”, which took place in 2004.

The handbook includes the two best theses of the First Republican Scientific Conference for the Law Students “Current State of Advocacy and the Prospects for its Development in the Republic of Armenia”, which took place in May 2004. Here the law students introduce the role and the importance of the advocacy institute, as well as its current state in the Republic of Armenia. They discuss the omissions and shortcomings, which exist in legislation of this sphere, as well as its positive and negative aspects. The handbook offers the opinions and suggestions of the law students on the perspectives of the development of the advocacy institute and the necessary conditions and guarantees.

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Handbook of materials of the First Republican Scientific Conference for the Law Students "Current State of Advocacy and the Prospects for its Development in the Republic of Armenia”, which took place in 2004.

The handbook includes the two best theses of the First Republican Scientific Conference for the Law Students “Current State of Advocacy and the Prospects for its Development in the Republic of Armenia”, which took place in May 2004. Here the law students introduce the role and the importance of the advocacy institute, as well as its current state in the Republic of Armenia. They discuss the omissions and shortcomings, which exist in legislation of this sphere, as well as its positive and negative aspects. The handbook offers the opinions and suggestions of the law students on the perspectives of the development of the advocacy institute and the necessary conditions and guarantees.

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