KHABRIEVA TALIA Y.
Taliya Yarullovna Khabrieva (Nasyrova) - Director of the Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation, Deputy President of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Honoured Science Worker of the Russian Federation, Official Representative of the President of the Russian Federation by the chambers of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation at reviewing of the draft law of the Russian Federation on the amendment to the Constitution of the Russian Federation, Titular Member of the International Academy of Comparative Law (IACL, headquarters - Paris, France), Doctor of Law, Professor, Honoured Lawyer of the Russian Federation, Honoured Lawyer of the Republic of Tatarstan, Member of the European Commission for Democracy through Law (Venice Commission of the Council of Europe).
Taliya Khabrieva was born in 1958 in Kazan.
In 1980 she graduated with honours from the Law Faculty of Vladimir Ulyanov-Lenin Kazan State University.
In May 1985 at the All-Union Scientific Research Institute of Soviet Legislation (Moscow, now the Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation) she passed her PhD defense "The Teleological Interpretation of Soviet Law: Concept, Content, Role in Legal Practice" and started working as a lecturer, then as an assistant, associate professor of the Department of State and International Law of the Law Faculty of Kazan State University.
In 1996, she began working at the Institute of State and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences and in 2002 she became a Chief Scientist.
In 1997 at the Institute of State and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences she defended her doctoral thesis "Interpretation of the Constitution of the Russian Federation: theory and practice".
Since 1997, she has been a professor at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation.
Since 2003, she has been a visiting professor at the University of Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne (France).
From 1998 till 2001 – State Secretary - Deputy Minister of Ministry for Affairs of the Federation and National and Migration Policy of the Russian Federation.
Prof. Khabrieva is Full State Counsellor 2nd Class of the Russian Federation.
From 2001 till present – Director of the Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation.
In 2008, Taliya Khabrieva was elected as a corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and in 2011 she was elected as a full member (academician) of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
From 2013 till 2017 – a Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
In 2018 she was elected as a Deputy President of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
In 2013 she was appointed as a Member of the European Commission for Democracy through Law (Venice Commission of the Council of Europe) on behalf of the Russian Federation.
Since 2019, Taliya Khabrieva has been the Academic Supervisor of the Swiss Academy for International Law.
Since 2020, she has been a co-chair of the working group for monitoring the implementation of the amendments to the Constitution of the
Prof. Khabrieva is the author of more than 400 research papers. The scientific publications of Taliya Khabrieva are published in the international Scopus database, as well as in the Russian database of scientific publications Russian Science Citation Index (the h-index of publications on elibrary.ru is 64).
Prof. Khabrieva has contributed significantly to the development of modern legal theory and methodology of interpretation of law. She was the first to develop the theoretical framework of the teleological interpretation of law, and to discover its possibilities in law-making, identifying and improving the effectiveness of law enforcement. She consistently deals with the improvement of Russian legislation. She is the author and chief editor of seven editions of a fundamental research paper devoted to concepts of development of Russian legislation ("Concepts of Development of Russian Legislation" (2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015)), as well as other works on theory and practice of rule-making ("Organisation of Law Drafting Activities in the System of Federal Executive Bodies" (2006); "Legal Techniques" (2009)).
Taliya Khabrieva is an acknowledged expert in constitutional law. On the basis of the study of the constitutional development of Russia and foreign countries and the authors typology of modern constitutions, she justified the proposals for governing the modern social relations in a rapidly developing post-industrial, socialized and democratic society ("Theory of Modern Constitution" (2005; 2009); "Constitution of the Russian Federation: from vision of the future to reality (for the 20th anniversary of the Constitution of Russia)" (2013); "Constitutional reform in the modern world" (2016), "Colour revolutions" and "The Arab Spring" in the constitutional dimension: political and legal research" (2017).
Current issues of functioning of public authorities were theoretically justified by Taliya Khabrieva in her studies. This contributed to the development of public law at the Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation. This contributed to the development of public law at the Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation. Particularly important is the conceptual justification of improving the efficiency of government, prepared with her assistance and management ("The Government of the Russian Federation" (2005), "Administrative Reform in Russia" (2007); "Administrative Reform in Federal Subjects of the Russian Federation" (2008); "Administrative procedures and control in the light of European experience" (2011; 2012), "Justice in the modern world" (2012; 2014, 2017)).
Doctrinal approaches to the solution of problems of territorial organization of power are disclosed in the following works: "Correlation of the legislation of the Russian Federation and the legislation of the subjects of the Russian Federation" (2003), "Municipal Reform in the Russian Federation: Legal and Economic Research" (2010). The results of these studies are reflected in a series of legal acts adopted in the course of implementing federal, administrative and municipal reforms.
Prof. Khabrieva initiates groundbreaking research. Constitutional hermeneutics has become a new upcoming trend in legal doctrine, which appeared as a result of the studies of Prof. Khabrieva. The monographic series of Taliya Khabrieva reveal the meaning and content of modern approaches to understanding and interpretation of constitutional provisions in the scope of lawmaking and law enforcement ("Constitutional Review" (1992), "Legal Protection of the Constitution" (1995); "Interpretation of the Constitution of the Russian Federation: Theory and Practice" (1998)).
She was one of the first to define the place and role of Russian parliamentary law in the legal science, giving its detailed characteristics as a sub-branch of constitutional law, an independent subject included in the academic programs of law schools ("Russian Parliamentary Law" (2003, 2006, 2013, 2016)).
For the first time in the Russian legal science, Taliya Khabrieva conducted a comprehensive legal research of the forms of ethnic self-determination in conditions of increasing migration of the population ("National and Cultural Autonomy in the Russian Federation" (2003), (2007, Bulgarian edition), "Modern problems of ethnic self-determination: comparative law research" (2010)).
Prof. Khabrieva deserves credit for substantiating the concept and components of Russian migration law as a complex interdisciplinary institution ("Migration Law of Russia: Theory and Practice" (2008), "Migration Law: A Comparative Legal Survey" (2019), (2020, German edition)).
Taliya Khabrieva takes the lead in conducting a research in Arctic law. Her initiative and direct supervision also includes holding the annual Arctic Legal Forum, publishing the almanac "The Arctic - Territory of Law" (2014-2017) and a monograph "Arctic Law: A Concept of Development" (2014), "The Russian Arctic - Territory of Law" (2014), "Russian Arctic Law: Harmonization of National and International Interests" (2015), " About the Phenomenon of Arctic Law in the Context of the Legal Development of Russia", "Arctic Law - Comprehensive Approach to Solving Arctic Development Problems" (2015), "About the Legal Model of Arctic Development" (2019), etc.).
The administrative and scientific skills of Taliya Khabrieva as Director of the Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation made it possible to expand the range of the Institute's research, including those aimed at scientific support of the Russian Government. The science developed on new topics for the Institute, such as comprehensive economic and legal research of current problems of public administration, monitoring of law implementation, and significantly expanded the scope of comparative legal research. Cooperation between the Institute and educational and research centres of near and far-abroad countries (France, the USA, Turkey, Iran, China, etc.) has been significantly strengthened.
Prof. Khabrieva has been repeatedly invited to participate in international and national scientific conferences, to lecture at the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (France), the International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA, Austria), Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski" (Bulgaria), Veliko Tarnovo University (Bulgaria).
Taliya Khabrieva is a member of the expert council and head of the writing team for the Global Report "On Local Democracy and Decentralization" (under the aegis of the United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) (headquarters - Barcelona, Spain), Principal Speaker for the Eurasia Region (2008).
She has participated in many major international congresses, including the Forum of French and Russian Business Leaders (2010), the Russian-Chinese Economic Forum (2011), St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, the International Legal Forum, Baikal International Economic Forum, the Gaidar Forum, and scientific meetings in Germany, France, Italy, Spain, China, Kazakhstan and other countries of near and far abroad.
Prof. Khabrieva is a member of the Scientific Council of the Foundation for Continental Law at the French Ministry of Justice, Chairman of the Coordinating Council of the International Union of Lawyers, and member of Presidium of the Association of Lawyers of Russia.
Taliya Khabrieva is also a member of scientific advisory and deliberative public bodies of the Russian Federation where her knowledge and experience are high-demanded.
At various times Prof. Khabrieva was a member of the Commission on Human Rights under the President of the Russian Federation (2001, 2004); the Interdepartmental Commission of the Russian Federation Concerning the Council of Europe (1999, 2001).
In 2001-2002, she headed the working group of the Presidential Commission on Federal Relations and Local Self-Government.
In 2020 Taliya Khabrieva was Co-chair of the working group on preparing proposals for amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation and the Official Representative of the President of the Russian Federation by the chambers of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation at reviewing of the draft law of the Russian Federation on the amendment to the Constitution of the Russian Federation "On improving the regulation of certain issues of organization and functioning of public authority".
Taliya Khabrieva carries out a great deal of research and organizational work, managing the arrangement of annual large-scale international scientific-practical conferences. Since 2006, on her initiative, the Young Lawyers Schools have been revived, which has become a starting point for attracting young people to science and a platform that gathers hundreds of young talents from all over Russia and from foreign countries. Scientific readings in memory of Professor S.N. Bratus' take place annually. This event has become one of the most respected civilised conferences in Russia and the CIS. The Eurasian Anti-Corruption Forum (jointly with the Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation and supported by the State Duma of the Russian Federation), the International Congress of Comparative Law (since 2014, jointly with the Venice Commission of the Council of Europe) and other scientific events were held with the assistance of Taliya Khabrieva.
Prof. Khabrieva participated in the projects of the EU-Russia Cooperation Programme (TACIS) "Regional Policies to Reduce Social, Economic and Legal Asymmetries"; the Russian Humanitarian Scientific Foundation "Problems of Constitutional Justice"; the Moscow Government "Corpus of Current Legislation of Moscow"; "Kazan Institute of Federalism", Universitat Rovira i Virgili, the University of Barcelona "Decentralisation of State Power in Spain and Federalisation in Russia".
For many years, Taliya Khabrieva has been the permanent editor-in-chief of the "Russian Law Journal", the "Journal of Foreign Legislation and Comparative Law", a member of the editorial review board of the journal "State and Law"and of the "Constitutional and Municipal Law" journal, which are included in the list of peer-reviewed journals and in which the main scientific results of PhD and doctoral thesis should be published. She is also a member of the editorial boards of the journals "Migration Law", "Russian Justice", "Perm University Herald. Juridical Sciences", "Proceedings of Kazan University. Humanities Series", member of the editorial boards of journals "Herald of the Russian Academy of Sciences", "Goszakaz: management, placement, provision", "Social Sciences and Contemporary World", etc.
As a recognized scientist and professor, Prof. Khabrieva is a member of Doctoral Thesis Defense Committee at the Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation; a member of the Presidium of the Higher Attestation Commission of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of Russia.
Under the leadership of Prof. Khabrieva, a school of sciences is being formed, the main ideas of which are developed in the works of her scholars, including 10 PhDs and 4 Doctors of Law.
Taliya Khabrieva is the holder of more than 100 state decorations, titles of honour and awards for the achievements in scientific and public activity, including foreign ones.The contribution of Prof. Khabrieva to the development of legal science is highly appreciated by both Russian and international academic and legal community