Legal support of the national security

Legal support of the national security

Legal support of the national security

Degree: Specialist
Duration: 5 years (10 semesters)

ECTS: 300

Fields of study: State-legal law and civil law

Language of instruction: Russian

Programme leader: Konstantin Indyk

Office 406, 8, Dnepropetrovskaya, Saint-Petersburg, 191119, Russia

Phone: +7 (812) 335-94-94 add. 2417



Training of lawyers focused on security issues in the sphere of the state, society and the individual.

Unique professor staff including doctors of Law, distinguished lawyers, representatives and heads of the state bodies; international internships and international relations; modern teaching methods (trainings, business games, master classes); participation of students in competitive events (Olympiads, professional competitions and much more); equipped classrooms, laboratory for classes in criminology.

Forms of in-class activity: lectures, laboratory work, practical classes, and students’ individual work.


Training of specialists in the field of legal support of national security, who have comprehensive knowledge and skills of working in state and local government structures as specialists in law and security issues, as well as law enforcement officers.

Learning outcomes

On successful completion of the course, the student should be able to:

  • develop legal acts and regulatory documents in the legal field and in the field of national security;
  • interpret the law and advice on the assessment of legal facts and circumstances in the field of security;
  • ensure the security of the state, society and the individual;
  • make legal decisions in the field of security;
  • identify challenges and threats in the field of all types of security provided for by the Constitution and legislation of the Russian Federation;
  • contract work and negotiation skills;
  • represent the interests of individuals and legal entities in various instances.

Career opportunities

Graduates can work in public authorities, commercial organizations as well as in notary chambers, consulting and audit firms. There are broad prospects in private practice where graduates can work as a legal adviser, lawyer, notary, auditor or arbitration manager.