Larisa Brucheva

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Date of Birth: 05/26/1957

Age: 59

Place of birth: Moscow

Citizenship: Russia


Larisa Igorevna Brycheva was born May 26, 1957 in Moscow. In 1981 he graduated from the law faculty of Moscow State University named after MV Lomonosov, in 1985 - graduate of the Institute of State and Law of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. In the same year she defended her thesis for the scientific degree of candidate of legal sciences. Along with his studies he worked as a consultant at Mosoblispolkoma state arbitration, legal counsel and senior legal counsel of a number of Moscow enterprises.

In 1985-1987 Brycheva was a research fellow of the Institute of State and Law. From 1987 to 1992 he held the positions of department editor, deputy chief editor of "Soviet State and Law." In 1992-1993 he worked as a leading, chief specialist chief of the Supreme Council Committee for Legislation, headed the sector ekonomicheskoyreforme Commission.

In 1993 Brycheva moved to the presidential administration. During 1994-1995, led by a working unit of the presidential envoy in the Federal Assembly Alexander Yakovlev, it was part of the joint commission on coordination of the legislative activity of the parliament, president and government. In May 1995 he was appointed deputy head of the main state-legal department of the president (one of the largest in the composition of the administration). At the same time he headed the department of legal issues of federalism and local self-government and cooperation with federal representative bodies. In May 1997, it became part of the local government council, chaired by the first president of Russia Boris Yeltsin.

In May 1999, he headed Brycheva important state-legal department of the presidential administration. In March 2004, as a result of the reorganization of the administration, he became Assistant to the President - Head of the State Legal Department, who lost the status of the main control. The changes reduced the number of departments and deputy head of the administration. According to media reports, the reorganization of the project prepared Brycheva, head of the election headquarters of President Vladimir Putin, Dmitry Kozak, as well as Head of the Economic Administration Management Anton Danilov-.

In December 2005, Brycheva became part of the Presidential Council for Priority National Projects and Demographic Policy, and in July 2006 - in the presidium of the council.

May 7, 2008 the ceremony of the inauguration of Dmitry Medvedev as president of Russia elected to this position in March of the same year. On the same day a new head of state issued a decree instructed the staff of the Presidential Administration to temporarily perform his duties and submitted to the State Duma Putin`s candidacy for the approval of the Prime Minister of the country. May 8, 2008 at a meeting of the State Duma, Putin was appointed chairman of the Russian government and on the same day, Medvedev signed a decree on his appointment as head of the cabinet.

May 13, 2008 Medvedev signed a decree appointed Brycheva one of the six presidential aide.

Brycheva valid state adviser of the Russian Federation of the first class and deserved lawyer of the Russian Federation. She was awarded a number of state awards, including the Order "For Services to the Fatherland" II degree (2007). It has thanks to the president for "a great contribution to the development of laws to implement the concept of judicial reform" (2002) and "active participation in the preparation of the presidential address to the Federal Assembly" (1997).