Department of Constitutional and Municipal Law

The Department of Constitutional and Municipal Law is one of the structural subdivisions of the School of Law of V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, which conducts pedagogical, methodological, scientific and educational work on training specialists in the specialties 081 “Law”, 293 “International Law”, as well as inter-faculty elective courses.

Since the formation of the Department it is headed by PhD in Law, Associate Professor Mark M. Voronov.

The scientific activity of the Department is carried out in such priority areas as: ways to improve the mechanism of ensuring human and civil rights and freedoms; problems in the implementation of constitutional and municipal reforms in Ukraine.

The Department has a high staff potential, which includes 10 specialists, including 1 Doctor of Law and 9 PhD in Law.

The Department provides teaching of a number of basic disciplines and special courses of constitutional and municipal law to undergraduate (bachelor) and graduate (master) students of the School of Law full-time and part-time, as well as students of other schools of the University during the teaching of inter-faculty disciplines.

Disciplines taught at the Department: Constitutional law of Ukraine; Topical issues of the constitutional law of Ukraine; State (constitutional) law of foreign countries; Comparative constitutional law; Constitutional rights, freedoms and responsibilities of human and citizen in Ukraine; Constitutional procedural law; Municipal law; Community associations; Electoral law; Constitutional principles of civil society in Ukraine; Parliamentary law; International standards of local self-government; Inter-parliamentary cooperation; Case law of the European Court of Human Rights; Constitution, State, and Society; Protection of human rights in a constitutional state; Introduction to the law and practice of the European Court of Human Rights.

Address: 61022, Kharkiv, Svobody Square, North Building, 4th floor, office 433;

Phone number: (057) 707-50-42