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Dr. Gleb Bogush

Associate Professor

E-mail: g_bogush@law.msu.ru

Dr. Gleb Bogush is Associate Professor and a Deputy Director of the Center for International and Comparative Criminal Law at the Faculty of Law, Lomonosov Moscow State University.

He teaches Russian criminal law and international criminal law for the bachelor’s students, master courses “Topical Issues of Criminal Law” and “Fundamentals of International Criminal Law” (in English), as well as the interfaculty course on international crimes. He supervises all kinds of students’ research papers, including two doctoral theses.

Gleb Bogush was born in Moscow in 1978. He holds his law degree from Moscow State University and defended his PhD on the UN Convention against Corruption in 2004. He continued his training at the Salzburg Law School on International Criminal Law, the Hague Academy on International Law and the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law. In 2010 he won the Lomonosov Moscow State University Prize for young professors and researchers. In 2012-2015 Gleb Bogush was an Alexander von Humboldt Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law (Germany).

Gleb Bogush is an author of numerous publications on Russian and international law. His research interests include international criminal law, international justice, international human rights law, as well as Russian criminal law. Gleb Bogush speaks regularly at the academic conferences in Russia and abroad, and appears in Russian and international media on international and Russian law issues. He frequently acts as an expert in Russian and international criminal law for Russian companies, NGOs and State organs.

He is an editorial board member at Criminal Law Forum, Russian Law Journal, International Justice Journal and the Journal of Constitutionalism and Human Rights. He is a member and Vice-President of the Russian national group of the International Association of Penal Law (AIDP).

He speaks Russian, English and German.