Information about  the activities of the Department of Theory and History of State and Law.

The Department of Theory and History of State and Law was founded in August 1992. During 1992-1996, the department ensured the implementation of all professional legal disciplines of the faculty, as well as teaching the basics jurisprudence, basics of constitutional law at all other faculties university.

Due to the growth and formation of the Faculty of Law 1996 from the volume of subjects of the Department of Theory and History of State and Law disciplines of civil law and criminal legal cycles and formed two new departments of civil law and process and criminal law and process. In 2000, because of the objective reasons for the growth of the potential of the Faculty of Law from the department the department of constitutional, administrative, and international law. Formation of a scientific school at the Law Institute in environmental law led to the separation of the department in 2006 labor, environmental and agricultural law. The general departmental scientific theme is research program “Formation and development of the legal system in Ukraine”. Providing teaching of fundamental disciplines (theory state and law, history of state and law of Ukraine, history of state and law foreign countries, legal deontology, the history of the doctrine of the state and law) and “Jurisprudence” in non-legal specialties ..

Topics of scientific and diploma theses in these disciplines preliminarily considered and approved at the meeting of the department. Educational work is carried out in accordance with educational plans work of the faculty and the journal of academic mentors. Teachers of the department take part in various scientific conferences, under their leadership, reports are prepared for university student conferences. The department provides documentation on the organization educational process and research work. The work of the department is based on the principles of scientificity, self-development, humanism, democracy, continuity, personal and collective responsibility, collegiality and publicity of discussion issues within its competence.