Nikolay L. Peshin
Pro-Rector for Research, Doctor in Law, professor.
Pro-Rector of the Russian International Olympic University, Professor of Constitutional, Municipal and Sports law at Lomonosov Moscow State University.
Nikolay Peshin is Pro-Rector of the Russian International Olympic University and Professor of Constitutional, Municipal and Sports law at the Lomonosov Moscow State University.
During his career in academia, Professor Peshin has had more than 50 scientific documents published, including 10 monographs and textbooks. Many of these studies have been undertaken at the request of public organisations such as the Moscow City Government, the Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation and the Federal Assembly.
His research interests include the economic basis of state power and local self-government in the regions of the Russian Federation and the constitutional, legal and municipal regulation of relations in the field of physical culture and sport and sport management regulation.
Professor Peshin’s expertise has also led to his involvement in helping to develop a number of federal laws, statutes and regional laws. His personal interest in these areas stems from his choice of PhD thesis, completed in 1998, which focused on the legal regulation of the financial system of local government in the Russian Federation.
In 2007, Professor Peshin completed his doctoral dissertation on the power of the state and local self-government in Russia, which analysed the problems in the development of constitutional and legal models and relationship practices. Both his PhD thesis and his doctoral dissertation were undertaken at the Lomonosov Moscow State University.
Professor Peshin has also headed up Project Implementation Units on a number of municipal legal acts, including the Statute of the city of Norilsk in Krasnoyarsk Krai, and the Monchegorsk Statute for the town of Monchegorsk, situated in the Murmansk Oblast.