Alisher Umirdinov, the esteemed author of the book “Huquq olami” (World of Law) took the center stage to present his literary work at a notable event held at Tashkent State University of Law. The occasion was graced by the presence of Professor Said Gulyamov, Head of the Department of Cyber Law at Tashkent State University of Law, who delivered a comprehensive and insightful speech, reviewing the book and sharing his expertise with the audience.
In this intellectual gathering, Alisher Umirdinov, the mastermind behind “Huquq olami” had the opportunity to provide a firsthand account of the book’s genesis, themes, and the profound insights it offers to the realm of legal studies. His presentation served as an engaging and enlightening preamble, setting the stage for the audience to delve into the depths of his literary creation.
Following Alisher Umirdinov’s presentation, the audience had the privilege of benefiting from Professor Said Gulyamov’s erudition and deep understanding of the book. Professor Gulyamov, a distinguished academic at Tashkent State University of Law and an authority in the field of Cyber Law, reviewed the book with meticulous attention to detail. His speech not only analyzed the book’s content but also explored its significance in the broader context of contemporary legal discourse.
Bakhshillo Khodjaev, Vice-rector for scientific affairs and innovations at Tashkent State University of Law, also made a significant contribution to the event by sharing his insights and perspectives during his speech. This multi-dimensional approach to the book’s discussion enriched the intellectual discourse, providing a holistic perspective on “Huquq olami”
The event represented a unique opportunity for scholars, students, and legal enthusiasts to engage in thoughtful discussions, gain insights into the intricacies of “Huquq olami” and appreciate the book’s importance in the modern legal landscape. The collaboration between Tashkent State University of Law and Nagoya University of Economics emphasized the value of international cooperation in advancing legal scholarship and fostering a global perspective on this vital field of study.
In summary, Alisher Umirdinov’s presentation of “Huquq olami” accompanied by Professor Said Gulyamov’s and Vice-rector Bakhshillo Khodjaev’s insightful reviews, marked a significant milestone in the academic world, further enriching the discourse on law and its global dimensions.