Full-time

Full-time learning is implemented with 2 phases: theory and practice. Attendees can choose between full-time learning and distance learning.

The learning process at the School of Advocates is organized on all workdays (from Monday to Friday, from 10:00 to 22:00) and on Saturdays (if necessary).

The lessons are organized according to study programs (curriculum) and subject plans (syllabus) and according to approved timetable. The end of each subject course is followed by exams.

The School of Advocates is very erudited in the plan of the wide variety of professionals teaching at the School, and particularly: acting advocates, judges, prosecutors, notaries, professioanls having PhD or Doctorate degree in law, as well as other knowledgeable professionals who teach subjects adjacent to law.

Here is the list of the subjects taught at the School:

1. Examination of individual application proceedings in the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Armenia

2. Evidence and evidence proving process in the civil procedure

3. Circumstances excluding criminal offense

4. Fair trial, freedom and personal privacy under the light of ECHR

5. Complaint in civil proceedings (practical suggestions)

6. Legal regulation in corporate relationship

7. Procedure for resolving issues of court decision

8. Skills on making judicial documents (civil claim and response) 

9. Psychological peculiarities while examining various participants of the trial and boundaries of making an influence

10. Ethics of judges and prosecutors

11. Legal support and practical skills of legal entities

12. Legal writing and analysis

13. Law electronic resources (research)

14. Procedures on discussing choosing restraint (detention) as preventive measure in the Court of First Instance and the appeal of judicial act

15. Ban on discrimination

16. Skills on public awareness (communication)

17. Peculiarities and types of interrogation

18. Legal approaches of the Cassation Court of the Republic of Armenia in regard of criminal norms application

19. ECHR precedent law in the sphere of the Right to Property

20. Practical suggestions of filing a petition to the ECHR

21. Representation of the disputes arising out of marriage and family relations

22. Representation of labor disputes

23. Representation in arbitrage, international arbitrage. Mediation

24. Representation on invalidity of transactions and disputes regarding the results of the latter

25. Representation of disputes arising out of delict commitment

26. Representation of inheritance relationship

27. Representation of disputes arising out of tax violation

28. Representation on bankruptcy cases

29. Representation in administrative procedure (in court)

30. Representation in administrative proceedings

31. Representation on cases on administrative offense arising out of the use of means of transportation

32. Role of advocate in pre-trial proceedings

33. Participation of the advocate in the implementation of investigatory and other legal proceedings

34. Protection on tax crime cases

35. Practical suggestions on disputes arising out of obligations

36. Disputes on Ownership right protection: Housing and land disputes

37. Practical suggestions on making of Cassation and Appeal complaints (criminal cases)

38. Defence of the rights and legal interests of the Injured in the criminal procedure. The representation of the civil plaintiff (claimant) and civil defendant

39. Legal regulation and ethics of advocacy activity

40. Peculiarities of law office management

41. Participation and strategical tricks of the advocate in the court examination phase

42. Implementation of expertise, its types and eligibility of the advocate during the latter

43. Examination on civil case in the court. Advocacy strategy and tactics (civil and administrative cases)

44. Obtaining of evidence in criminal cases: The inadmissibility, relevance and credibility of the evidence

45. Operative-investigative activity, evidence

46. ECHR precedent law in Civil Procedure Law