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'''Tashkent State Institute of Law''' ('''TSIL''') is a public [[law school]] in [[Tashkent]], [[Uzbekistan]].
Tashkent State Institute of Law was created in 1991 after having been the department of law of the University of Tashkent.
In 1996 the TSIL created a Centre for Studies of Human and Humanitarian Rights, which is a non-governmental organisation. This Centre houses a library dedicated to human rights law and humanitarian law.
There are 18 divisions in TSLI with 185 academics teaching, more than half of whom have a doctor's degree in law. Approximately a dozen professors have been named 'Honoured Lawyers of the Republic of Uzbekistan' — the highest professional honour bestowed on Uzbekistan lawyers.
The TSIL offers two degrees.
* '''Bachelor of Law''' is the basic degree offered by the TSIL. Students can choose a number of specializations and follow a course of four years to get their degree. With the completion of the state exams, graduates acquire a diploma that is a professional qualification.
* '''Master Of Law''' is a two-year graduate degree in which law graduates can specialize in subjects such as public international law, international human rights law, international commercial law, etc.
Tashkent State Institute of Law has four divisions: Full-time Undergraduate, Part-time Undergraduate, Full-time Graduate, and Part-time Graduate.
The campus of TSIL is in downtown Tashkent close to government buildings and the courts. Its central location gives graduates and professors extraordinary access to government offices and the offices of international non-governmental organizations.
TSIL boasts the most prestigious alumni in Uzbekistan with several present and former ministers who are graduates, the majority of the judiciary, and many prominent statesmen.
*[http://www.tsil.uz Tashkent State Institute of Law Website]
*[http://www.tgyi.net Tashkent State Institute of Law Forum]