COVID-19 – Test for the World's Legal Systems
Speakers
Moderator
Victoria Manko
General Director of the International and Comparative Law Research Center
Speaker
Ronan Cormacain
Doctor, Senior Research Fellow, Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law. Consultant Legislative Counsel
Speaker
Estelle Chambas
PhD candidate and teaching assistant at Université Panthéon-Assas (Paris II)
Speaker
Yulia Paukova
State adviser of the Russian Federation 2nd class, PhD in law, member of the National Association of specialists in administrative law
About the Roundtable
Due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, the world has faced an unusual situation that required rapid response, including one in the field of law. In its research, the International and Comparative Law Research Center examines the legal decisions that have been taken by various countries in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The purpose of the research is to comprehensively study the legal systems' preparedness to the pandemic and, as a result, to identify and analyze the measures taken to combat COVID-19, in particular, the system of new rules, the powers of public authorities at different levels.

During the round table, experts from Russia, the United Kingdom, and France will discuss the first results of the research.
Audience
Representatives of the federal and regional executive and legislative authorities
Businesspeople of different industries and levels
People interested in the topic