History

History

 

The Department of Constitutional, International and Administrative Law was established on August 31, 2000.

The department is a structural unit of the University and the Educational and Scientific Law Institute, which conducts educational and methodical work in a number of related subjects and carries out research in certain areas.

The head of the department:

PhD in Law, Associate Professor Rozvadovskyi Volodymyr Ivanovych

The teaching staff of the department consists of 7 full-time and 1 part-time teachers, namely:

PhD in Law, Associate Professor Rozvadovskyi Volodymyr Ivanovych

PhD in Law, Professor of the Department Knysh Vitalii Vasyliovych

PhD in Law, Associate Professor Hrytsan Olha Anatoliivna

PhD in Law, Associate Professor Petrovska Iryna Ihorivna

PhD in Law, Lecturer of the Department Zinych Liubomyr Vasyliovych

PhD in Law, teacher of the department Albu Andrii Arkadiiovych

PhD in Law, lecturer of the department Fedoronchuk Andrii Volodymyrovych

PhD in Law, lecturer of the department Zbyrak Tetiana Viktorivna

The department provides lectures on academic disciplines for full-time and part-time students of the Bachelor’s and Master’s OS., in particular: ‘Constitutional Law’, ‘Administrative Law’, ‘Constitutional Law of Ukraine’, ‘Administrative Law of Ukraine’, ‘Financial Law’, ‘Tax Law ‘, ‘State Law of Foreign Countries (in English)’, ‘International Public Law (in English)’, ‘International Humanitarian Law’, ‘Law of International Organizations’ and a number of special courses, as well as relevant legal disciplines at other University departments.

At the Educational and Scientific Law Institute there is a library full of professional legal literature, so the teachers of the department always replenish and update the institute library with the latest legislation, teaching materials, monographs and textbooks.

Teachers of the department are participants in various scientific conferences, besides under their guidance scientific reports are prepared for university student conferences.