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Students of the Vladivostok Law Institute of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs participated in a Contest in Favor of Wild Nature
Премия рунета 2017

Students of the Vladivostok Law Institute of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs participated in a Contest in Favor of Wild Nature

08 june 2020
The topic of this year round of the contest was The Current Challenges of Investigation of Crimes against Nature.

The students had to do a research on how the evidences are being collected and how they are being checked. The jury out of tutors of the Law Institute and WF staff has chosen three winners. First prize went to Valeriya Kulik for the paper Forests will Save Climate if We Save Forests on the modern technical and criminalistics means against illegal loggings. The second best paper describes aspects of criminal characteristics of illicit fishing while the third research work studied the way how the special knowledge help in investigation of illegal hunt.

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Senior Specialist (Lawyer)