KHABRIEVA TALIA Y.
Date and place of birth: June 10, 1958, Kazan (Russia).
Education: higher education in jurisprudence (Law Faculty of Kazan State University).
Scientific decrees: Corresponding member of the Russian State Academy of Sciences, Dr. of jurisprudence, professor.
State awards: Order of Merits for the Fatherland III degree, Order of Merits for the Fatherland IV degree. State Order of Honor, title "Honored Lawyer of the Russian Federation", honorary diplomas of the Council of Federation and State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, reward of the Ministry of the Russian Federation "Honorable worker of justice of the Russian Federation", departmental rewards of other federal organs of the executive branch of the Government.
Information about employment:
Since 2001 - Director of the Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law of the Russian Federation Government;
1998 - 2001 - State Secretary - Deputy Minister of federative affairs, national and migration policy of the Russian Federation;
Since 1997 - Professor of the Chair of the Constitutional Law of the Moscow State Institute of Foreign Relations (University) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation;
1996 - 2001 - Head of the Department of Constitutional Law, Head of the Center of Public Law of the Institute of State and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences;
Member of a number of advisory organs of the President of the Russian Federation, Government of the Russian Federation, chambers of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, in particular: Commission of the President of the Russian Federation on Improvement of State Management (including its interdepartmental working group on federalism and local self-government), Commissions of the Government of the Russian Federation of Law-drafting Activities, Governmental Commission on Improving Interaction of Federal Organs of Executive Power and Organs of State Power of Member States of the Russian Federation.
1999 - 2001 - member of Interdepartmental Commission of the Russian Federation on Council of Europe Affairs;
2001 - 2004 - member of the Commission of the President of the Russian Federation on Human Rights;
2001 - 2002 - Head of the Working Group of the Commission of the Russian Federation on Federative Relations and Local Self-government, responsible for elaborating proposals on organization of organs of state power and local self-government which were later approved by the President of the Russian Federation and formed the basis of the Concept of separation of functions and powers between levels of government.
2002 - Head of the working group elaborating presidential drafts of federal laws amending laws "On General Principles of Organization of Legislative (Representative) and Executive Organs of State Power of the Member States of the Russian Federation" and "On General Principles of Organization of Local Self-government in the Russian Federation".
Participation in the projects:
Project of the Program of Cooperation of the European Union and Russia (TASIS) "Regional Policy Decreasing Social, Economic and Legal Asymmetry";
Project of the Russian Humanitarian Scientific Foundation "Problems of Constitutional Justice";
Project of the Moscow City Government "Compilation of Acting Legislation of Moscow";
Project of the Administration of Tyumen Region "Improving Organization of Management and Provision of Public Services in Tyumen Region";
Project of the Kazan Institute of Federalism, University of Rovir and Virgily, University of Gerone and University of Barcelona "Decentralization of State Power in Spain and Federalization in Russia".
Author of more than 100 scientific works embracing modern problems of the theory of state and law; theory of constitutional law, legal issues of federalism and regional development, constitutional review, national-cultural development of ethnic groups in Russia. The most noted monographic works: "Teleological (Special Target) Interpretation of Soviet Law" (1988), "Legal Protection of the Constitution" (1995), "Interpretation of the Constitution of the Russian Federation: Theory and Practice" (1998), "National-Cultural Autonomy in the Russian Federation" (2003), "Theory of the Modern Constitution" (2005, in co-authorship).
Editor-in-chief and co-author of the first in the Russian legal literature manuals "Parliamentary Law of Russia" (1999, 2003); "Legal Guidance of Migrants", collective monographic works "Correlation of Legislation of the Russian Federation and Legislation of the Member States of the Russian Federation" (2003), "Concepts of the Development of Russian Legislation" (2004), "Government of the Russian Federation" (2005).
Editor-in-chief of two scientific periodicals - "Journal of Russian Law" and "Journal of Foreign Legislation and Comparative Law".