Ivanovo Ignatius Iakinfovich( Professor of International Law)
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Biography Ivanovo Ignatius Iakinfovich
(1807 - 1886)
He studied at the Minsk gymnasium in Vilna University, where he graduated in 1826, then was sent to Moscow University and professorial Institute in Dorpat (1828 - 1832). Obtained a Doctor of Law degree for his thesis "Die libera mercatura", would be sent abroad. In 1835, Mr.. Ivanovo returned to Russia and won in St. Petersburg University, Department of Law and Diplomacy nationwide (1836 - 1871). In its multilateral educational, entertaining presentation and animated speech, Ivanovski was one of the most brilliant professors of the Faculty. In international law Ivanovo read many years, the state law the most important European states. In 1863, Mr.. Ivanovski was elected to the deans of the Faculty of Law. Taught as the Corps of Pages, the school guard and sub-ensigns in the Alexander Lyceum, in which he had since the late 1830's, read the statistics and political economy. Of the works of Ivanovo published: "A brief look at the science of diplomacy in general" ( "Journal of the Ministry of National Education, 1836, h. IX); "On the basis of gradual improvement States" (ibid., 1848, h. LIX); "Analysis of the works of DI. Kachenovsky "The brand and the prize proceedings" ( "25-s award-winning Demidov, 1856)," Handbook of Statistics of European States "(St. Petersburg, 1856). Ivanovo has also participated in the educational press.