The composition of the scientific group: Head of the project: Mykola Udod – Ph.D. in Law, Assistant Professor of the Department of Theory and History of State and Law and Administrative Law. Research team: Yurii Moiseev – Ph.D in Law, Assistant Professor of the Department of Commercial Law. Kateryna Kalachenkova – Ph.D in Law, Assistant Professor of the Department of Commercial Law. Olena Tytova – Ph.D in Law, Assistant Professor, Assistant Professor of the Department of Commercial Law. Anzhelika Krakovska – Ph.D in Law, Assistant Professor, Head of the Department of Theory and History of State and Law and Administrative Law. Olena Pysmenna – Ph.D in Law, Assistant Professor of the Department of Theory and History of State and Law and Administrative Law.
The team includes four PhDs who have publications and experience in the field.
Short description of the project
Legal education of the population helps universities to implement several strategic tasks: 1) let students acquire practical experience and professional skills “in the field”; 2) provide population, including the poor and the most vulnerable groups, with the access to legal knowledge and services; 3) ensure general humanization of society as a result of the implementation of the first two tasks. To achieve this goal, the Faculty of Law has already implemented several projects in the field of legal clinical education, which should be further developed. This will help faculty stay competitive in the market, where a lot of NGOs currently work. Trainings and micro-courses will be developed; practical elements will be the introduced into the learning courses for students, the network of legal clinics will be developed through creating counseling centers and hubs for the poor.
Legal clinics are created and effectively work based on the faculty; best practices of legal clinical education are introduced. A significant number of students studying at the Faculty of Law are involved in the work of legal clinics.
Computers, printer, projector, scanner.
Practical law: textbook, edited by M. Udod. Warsaw, 2003. 245 p. (in Ukrainian).
“Legal clinics” in Ukraine: their role, tasks, organizational and legal principles: a guide. Edited by M. Duleba. Kyiv, 2003. 120 p. (in Ukrainian).
Titova O., Kalachenkova K. Mock business law clinic: experience and prospects of development. Economic and law paradigm of modern society. 2019. No.4 (in Ukrainian).
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