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ST. PETERSBURG, May 17 (Itar-Tass) — The juridical education “should be fully supported by globalist tendencies, which embraced the whole world,” Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said at the St. Petersburg International Legal Forum on Thursday.
“I not only studied, but also taught for a long time,” he noted. Medvedev recalled that in the nineties the students asked very difficult questions, the answers to which was not easy to find, particularly for a person, who grew up in the Soviet times. These throwbacks “remain in our heads,” he said. “But the juridical education despite the remaining differences in the legal systems, the systems of general case law, on the one hand, the law on the continental scale, on the other hand, is becoming more and more global,” the premier underlined.