Choose the correct form of the words in capital letters to fill in the text and you will find out more information about types of legal professions in Russia.

The Legal Profession in Russia. Lawyers in private practice in Russia work mostly within colleges of advocates self-managed cooperative-type organizations. There are about nineteen thousand advocates in more than one hundred colleges. The highest body of advocates self-management is the general ... of a college. The presidium headed by the chairperson is the executive board of each college. The presidium is elected by the general meeting for a term of three years. MEET
Colleges of advocates are in accordance with territorial subdivisions in the cities, regions (oblasts), republics or autonomous entities. In its territory any college is represented by law firms or legal aid offices, which render all regular legal assistance to citizens: advocates counsel people, draft legal documents, represent plaintiffs or defendants in civil , and provide defense in criminal proceedings. FORMATION LITIGANT
There are now more and more American-type law firms in Russia functioning separately from colleges of advocates and especially involved in private businesses. REPRESENTATIVE
Many lawyers are by the law offices of enterprises, ministries and agencies as an in-house counsel (a jurisconsult). These lawyers have all powers of an attorney, but they represent their single and permanent client their respective There are about twenty thousand of them in Russia, and in view of the economic reform this body is growing. EMPLOYMENT ORGANIZATION
Of course, many in the legal profession teach or do academic research work. In Russia, there are forty of higher education in law (either a law school attached to a university or a separate entity called a juridical institute). New private law schools are popping up. There are also separate research centers in law, the most prominent of which is the Institute of State and Law under the Academy of of Russia.   INSTITUTE SCIENTIFIC


Exercise 15

Find in the text and translate all the derivatives from the words:

to meet, to institute, to organize, to educate, to cooperate, to employ, to assist, to manage, to grow, to execute, to separate, to elect


Exercise 16

A) Form a noun from the following verbs and translate them.

1) to employ;

2) to involve;

3) to represent;

4) to execute;

5) to elect;

6) to provide;

7) to manage.


  1. A) Choose the correct answer.
  3. A) Match the words on the left with the expressions on the right.
  4. A) Match the words to make word combinations
  5. A) Practise using the words and word combinations in bold type to make other comparisons between some two-four regions of Russia. Write your best sentences down.
  6. A) Read the words describing the qualities required for the legal profession and translate them into Russian. Use a dictionary.
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A) Read the words describing the qualities required for the legal profession and translate them into Russian. Use a dictionary. | Exercise 23

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