Law School Student Scientific Conference

10 June 2024

On June 8, the 19th student scientific conference of the School of Law was held, focusing on the topic of "Challenges of Law in the 21st Century." Students from both undergraduate and graduate law programs participated in the conference.


The aim of the conference was to promote scientific research activities and develop scientific potential among young people.


A specially appointed commission evaluated the 14 speakers and identified the following winning papers:


1st Place:

Ketevan Khutsishvili, undergraduate law student


  • Topic: "Problematic Aspects of Gender Quotas in Georgia"

Scientific Director: Archil Borjadze


2nd Place:

Salome Zeikidze, undergraduate law student


  • Topic: "Problems of Prosecution of Medical Errors in Criminal Law"

Scientific Director: Natia Songhulashvili


3rd Place (Tie):

1. Lika Silagadze and Beka Tavadze, master's law students


  • Topic: "Electronic Health Record System and Personal Data Protection Standard in Georgia"

Scientific Supervisor: Tatia Khabeishvili


3rd Place

Davit Khvadagiani, undergraduate law student


  • Topic: "Practical Aspects of the Retroactive Application of the Law on Mitigating Criminal Liability"

 Scientific Supervisor: Davit Muzashvili


Other participants and their topics included:


  1. Lizi Bardachidze: "Negative Aspects of the Results of the Use of Transnational Administrative-Legal Acts".

Supervisor: Levan Moshlishvili

  1. Elene Futuridze and Ani Kvantaliani: "Peculiarities of Personal Data Processing by a Public Institution"

Supervisor: Levan Moshlishvili

  1. Konstantine Kelbakiani and Ani Kezherashvili: "Criteria of the Validity of Evidence of Will during the Electronically Concluded Purchase Contract and Mechanisms of Protection of User's Rights"

Supervisor: Simon Takashili

  1. Lizi Danelia: "Constitutional Crisis Management: EU Mechanisms to Overcome Migration Challenges Due to Armed Conflict"

Leader: Tamar Alfaidze

  1. Nano Babunashvili: "Gender Equality in Labor Relations, Hindering Factors, and Methods of Combating It"

Supervisor: Marine Marinashvili

  1. Mariam Kheladze: "Authority of the President in a Parliamentary Republic"

Supervisor: Archil Borjadze

  1. Salome Bughulashvili: "The Use of Artificial Intelligence Systems in Georgia, Legislation, and Practice"

Supervisor: Archil Borjadze