The priority areas of the Center's research in the field of Public International Law are determined according to the criteria of (1) strategic importance for the interests of the State and Russian business, (2) the practical significance of the results. One of the main objectives of the research is to prepare recommendations for improving Russian legislation that implements international legal obligations of the Russian Federation, or necessary for the implementation of its rights, the rights of Russian citizens and legal entities under international law, including the use of foreign legal experience.
Research in the field of Private International Law and Comparative Law is determined by the issues that are (1) subject of the latest discussions and regulation in foreign legal orders and on the international arena, (2) most demanded in terms of building up-to-date infrastructure for economic development in the Russian Federation, the implementation of processes and opening markets of strategic importance for the competitiveness of the Russian economy
The Center uses the integrated approach in project implementation, acting as an "information broker": it establishes a platform for coordination among all parties interested in the project (e.g. government agencies and business) and creates working groups of Russian and, if necessary, foreign experts