Vladimir Aleksandrovich Bublik (born February 1, 1959) is a Soviet and Russian legal scholar, specialist in business law, Doctor of Law (2000), Professor, Honored Lawyer of the Russian Federation, Rector of the Ural State Law University since 2007.
In 1980 he graduated with honors from the Sverdlovsk Law Institute named after R.A. Rudenko (SJUI), after which he was assigned by assignment to the position of assistant prosecutor of the district in the Kustanai region (Kazakh SSR), where he worked for two years. In 1983-1985 he studied at the full-time postgraduate study of the SUI. He defended his Ph.D. thesis on the topic: «Civil law measures to combat the extraction of unearned income.» In 1985-1991 — head of the scientific research department of the SUI.
Since 1991 — Deputy Director of the Scientific Center under the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation in Moscow.
Since 1999 Deputy Vice-Rector for Scientific Work of the Ural State Law University. In 2000 he defended his doctoral dissertation «Public and private law principles in the civil law regulation of foreign economic activity.»
In 2001 he was appointed vice-rector for scientific work of the Ural State Law Academy, in 2003 he became the first vice-rector of the Ural State Law Academy. Professor of the Department of Business Law since 2009. In 2007 he was elected to the post of rector of the Ural State Law Academy.
Since 2012 — Deputy Chairman, then a member of the Council of Rectors of Universities of the Sverdlovsk Region.
Author of over 100 scientific publications. Scientific specialization — business law. Awarded with a number of departmental and regional medals and honorary titles.