A. V. Malko, doctor of legal sciences, professor, honored scientist of Russian Federation
Saratov branch of the Institute of State and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences
135, Chernyshevsky st., Saratov, Russia, 410028
M. A. Kostenko, candidate of legal sciences, associate professor
Southern Federal University
22, Chekhov st., Taganrog, Russia, 347928
The article analyzes the place and the role of legal technologies in law-making policy that provides a strategy for legal development. Legal technologies are needed to make it a reality on a science-based content and high-quality implementation in order to achieve the required objectives of a legal form. The variety of approaches of scientists to establish meaningful boundaries of legal technologies creates certain difficulties and requires a speedy resolution, as in the future it will increasingly discourage modernizing problems solving in law. Strengthening technological support the normal course of the legal life of society will contribute to the production of qualitatively new processes in all kinds of legal activities and create conditions for the improvement of the legal system. The interaction of legal technologies and law-making policies are aimed at ensuring the qualitative modernization of the legal system in Russia and management of the legal reality. An important factor in optimizing the design process rights in favor of normative regulation is the draft law “On normative legal acts of the Russian Federation”, which will streamline the rules for the preparation of draft regulations, to improve the stages of their “life” cycle and increase the effectiveness of law enforcement.
Keywords: law-making policy, law-making, legal technology, legal technique, legal decision, legal act, legal strategy, legal tactics, the draft law “On normative legal acts of the Russian Federation”.
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