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The Russian judiciary: knowing right from wrong

Andrey Knyazev , lawyer

1969 - Born in Moscow
1996 - Graduates, Moscow State University
1996 - Joins Bar Association, Moscow
2002 - Founder and Head, Knyazev and Partners Law Firm

Addressing senior judges, President-elect Dmitry Medvedev wants to improve the criteria of appointing judges and ensure their independence and objectivity. What’s wrong with the courts in Russia? Can Russians trust its judicial system and turn to it for help? Prominent Barrister Andrey Knyazev discusses.