We invite you to take an interesting bus tour around Yekaterinburg not only to see the sights of the city but to learn more about the stay of the last Russian Emperor’s family and their tragic death. During the tour, you will visit the Church on Blood in Honor of All Saints Resplendent in the Russian Land which was built on the site of the Ipatiev House where the Tsar family were killed.
The Kovalyov Readings participants will learn much about the city during the original excursion “Yekaterinburg. The Code of Criminals” by Dmitry Moskvin (Candidate of Political Sciences, Head of Educational Programs of the Yekaterinburg branch of the National Centre for Contemporary Arts).
Boris Yeltsin’s Museum – the first presidential museum in Russia – was opened on 25 November 2015.
The second day of the Conference will see an off-site meeting of the Council of the RF Federal Chamber of Lawyers headed by the RFCL President Yuri Sergeevich Pilipenko. The Kovalyov Readings participants will have a unique opportunity to meet almost all Presidents of Chamber of Lawyers in Russia in one place and, if invited by the RFCL, attend the meeting of the RFCL Council.
For the four days of the Conference, Yekaterinburg will become the ‘legal’ capital of the Urals as the city traditionally hosts the Kovalyov Readings Conference attended by most prominent representatives of the professional legal community from a dozen of countries: by representatives of bodies of power and schools of law, presidents of chambers of lawyers and leaders on the market of legal services.
The Kovalyov Readings participants will be greeted by the main performers of the Opera and Ballet Theater, as well as by the B-A-C-H chamber orchestra and the Chapel of boys and young men of the Sverdlovsk State Children Philharmonic Society who will for the first time combine their efforts to perform one of the greatest works by Johann Sebastian Bach.