Presentations were made by staff of the Institute of Legislation and Legal Information: Candidate of Law Deputy Director VE Podshivalov assessed the role model acts CIS Interparliamentary Assembly in the development and harmonization of national legislation of CIS member states; PhD, Associate Professor, leading researcher MG Tyre touched specificity recommendation regulation in states with different political regimes; Researcher RM Khalafyan highlighted the validity of the treatment and the use of international recommendation, moral and political acts within the domestic jurisdiction, as well as the nature of their impact on the system of legislation and law enforcement in the Russian Federation.
Heated debate was the report of the master of laws Associate Professor of Theory of State and Law Faculty of the Siberian Federal University VY Panchenko "international" soft law "and the Russian legal regulation of professional legal capacity."
Presentations were also made employees BSUEL: Candidate of Law, Professor of Civil Law and Procedure EG Belkova drew attention to the importance of reference acts in private international law; Candidate of Law Associate Professor of Constitutional and Administrative Law VV Chuksina stressed the importance of the current stage of international regulatory advocacy of such a document "soft law", as the Paris Principles.
Lecturer of the Department of Constitutional Law Law Institute OA Shabaeva highlighted the theme "The purpose and function of incentive regulatory regimes in the Russian legal system." Deputy General Director - Counsel LLC "Nika" VA Popov, the question was raised about the possibility of consideration of recommendation of international acts in the practice of the Russian courts as a reference to recognized principles and norms of international law.
According to the results of the round table is planned to publish materials, which, in addition to these reports, the publication will include representatives of jurisprudence cities of Moscow, St. Petersburg, Ekaterinburg, Saratov, Tyumen, Penza, Perm, Krasnoyarsk, Republic of Yakutia, Karelia, Uzbekistan.