The National Legal Center (former name) was established in 2002 by the 121st resolution of the Government. It was re-structured for an expansion of its activities in accordance with 18th resolution of the Government, and its name was changed to the National Legal Institute.
The National Legal Institute is a public organization for legal research, legal training, and information activities for the purpose of providing advice and assistance in the formulation of national legislative policies and for the improvement of legal services in Mongolia. The Institute has functioned to provide legal education and service of legal information for lawyers, jurists, and public in order to support activities of professional legal education and legal empowerment for public and to further the rule of law in Mongolia.
Researcher who is interested in public law, human rights and international law.
Enkhtsetseg is working as a Director of the National Legal Institute of Mongolia since September 2016. Prior to working for the National Legal Institute, she was a Head of Arbitration, Ulaanbaatar Chamber of Commerce from 2015 till 2016, a Head of Division in the Financial Regulatory Commission /2012-2015/, a Senior officer at the Legal Policy Department of the Ministry of Justice /2000-2012/, and a Research worker at the Legal Institution, Mongolian Scientific Academy of Mongolia /1998-2000/. Now she is doing Ph.D. Doctorate of the Law Enforcement University of Mongolia. She is an admitted Lawyer by the Mongolian Lawyers’ Association. The institute where she is in charge of managing plays main role in maintaining comprehensive legal information, supporting public legal education and awareness on human rights all over the country and organizing of legal training for lawyers and public.
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