A Study of Legal Education Systems in Russia, India and Brazil: Issues and Suggestions for Global Education

AuthorArdyllis Alves Soares,Niteesh Kumar Upadhyay,Maria A. Bazhina,Mahak Rathee
Published date01 January 2023
Date01 January 2023
Subject MatterArticles
A Study of Legal Education
Systems in Russia, India and
Brazil: Issues and Suggestions
for Global Education
Ardyllis Alves Soares1,2 , Niteesh Kumar Upadhyay2,3,
Maria A. Bazhina4 and Mahak Rathee5
Education is a crucial tool for bringing a positive change in society and for the growth of the economy.
While talking about legal education, in particular, it has been imparted in all the nations in some form
or other, and it is imperative to impart legal education properly to make the members of the society
more civilized and stable. Legal education can play a vital role in bringing peace, justice and imparting
human rights in society. However, there are numerous challenges that the education systems face
all across the globe, and there is a need to look into these challenges for the growth of the society.
The researchers in this article have provided a detailed analysis of the education systems in three
different countries, that is, Russia, India and Brazil. The researchers have further discussed the issues
and challenges in the legal education systems in these countries, and in the end, suggestions have been
provided for bringing a change in the global education system.
Education can play a vital role not only in changing the life of an individual but also in the development
of the economy6 and the society.7 For the development of a country, it is very crucial to invest sufciently
6 Selami Ahmet Salgür, The Importance of Education in Economic Growth, AcAdemiA (Aug. 12, 2021), https://www.academia.
7 Fazilah Idris et.al., The Role of Education in Shaping Youth’s National Identity, core U.K. (Aug. 10, 2021), https://core.ac.uk/
Asian Journal of Legal Education
10(1) 63–73, 2023
© 2022 The West Bengal National
University of Juridical Sciences
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DOI: 10.1177/23220058221105255
Corresponding author:
Niteesh Kumar Upadyay, South Ural State University, Prospekt Lenina, 76, Chelyabinsk, Chelyabinsk Oblast
454080, Russia; Galgotias University, Plot No. 2, Yamuna Expressway, Opposite, Buddha International Circuit,
Sector 17A, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh 203201, India.
E-mail: niteeshkumar.upadhyay@galgotiasuniversity.edu.in
1 Centro Universitário de Brasília, Brazil.
2 Institute of Law, South Ural State University, Chelyabinsk, Russia.
3 Galgotias University, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India.
4 Business Law Department, Ural State Law University, Yekaterinburg, Russia.
5 Supreme Court of India, New Delhi, India.

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