Alexander Chekalin

Role in the project: legal expert
Institution: Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov, Higher School of Humanities, Social Sciences and International Communication

Alexander Chekalin, PhD student with research interests in the field of interrelation between discourse, text and speech in contemporary linguistics, graduated the Department of Translation and Translation Studies (Arkhangelsk State Technical University), 2009, Graduated the Faculty of Law (NArFU), 2012. He serves as the Director of the Polyglot Linguistic Centre, ass. the Chair of Translation and Applied Linguistics. He organizes language courses (English, German, French, Norwegian, Chinese, Italian, Spanish, and Finnish), comprehensive examination in the Russian language, Russian history and legislation for foreign citizens applying for work permit, temporary and permanent residence permit, or citizenship in accordance with the current law, short-term occupational retraining courses.

Some publications:

  • Chekalin A. Role of grammatical categories in establishment of the legislative discourse structure // Journal of the Bashkir State University. 2013. Volume 18. Issue 1. – pp. 109-113.
  • Chekalin A. Interaction of predicative grammatical categories in German legislative discourse // M.V. Lomonosov and multilingual information and educational space: in 2 volumes: proceedings of the international research conference (Arkhangelsk, November 15-16, 2011). – Vol. 1 / compiling editors A.M. Polikarpov, I.M. Netunayeva; Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov. – Arkhangelsk: NArFU Publishing House, 2012. – 276 p. – pp. 87-94.
  • Exploitation of grammatical categories in German criminal law // Step into the future: theoretical and applied studies of contemporary science: Proceedings of the 10th research and practical conference for students, postgraduate students and young researchers, March 22-23, 2016, Saint Petersburg – North Charleston, SC, USA: CreateSpace, 2015. – 100 p. – pp. 56-63.