Viešojo administravimo teisinis reguliavimas ir žmogaus teisės (jungtinė studijų programa)


VIEŠOJO ADMINISTRAVIMO TEISINIS REGULIAVIMAS IR ŽMOGAUS TEISĖS

(anglų k.) 

LEGAL REGULATION OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND HUMAN RIGHTS

 

Study area

Social sciences

Field of studies

Law

Degree awarded

Master of Law, two diploma (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (TSNUK) and Mykolas Romeris University (MRU))

Duration

2 years

Type of studies

Full time studies

Credits

120

Course language

English

Entry requirements

  • Bachelor's degree of law or an equivalent first university degree with a minimum 3-year study duration;
  • English language proficiency - the level not lower than B2 (following the Common Framework of Reference for Language approved by the Council of Europe). Distant English language level test is organized for those, who do not have IELTS or TOEFL certificates.
Detailed description of the program

WHY STUDY THIS PROGRAM?

 

Public Administration Law Master’s degree program combines the elements of a theoretical and applied nature, is problem-oriented and integrates know-how of modern forms of public administration and good practices of human rights protection in the EU!

The Program offers opportunities to develop significant professional competence, necessary for the design and implementation of legal policy on public administration and protection of human rights. It enables the students to gain significant knowledge of the public sector and it’s constrains, and develop possible solutions.

This master program is designed to meet the needs of a contemporary lawyer for knowledge, skills and competences, necessary for legal career at national or international levels!

Program Objectives – equip the student with knowledge and practical skills empowering to solve the problems of contemporary EU, Constitutional and Administrative Law in the lawmaking and judicial sectors, as well as in public-private partnerships. Graduates will gain a significant thematic knowledge and skills, necessary to develop and implement public administration legal policy in the EU. They will be able to understand social conventionality of the law, processes, interaction and constrains of the public and private sectors, particularities of the Administrative Law regulatory systems.

Director of the program assoc. prof. dr. Agnė Tvaronavičienė (a.tvaronaviciene@mruni.eu):




The Program is unique for at least two reasons:

·         Combines two areas of significant importance each: public administration and protection of human rights. Our graduates are legal professionals, well-familiar with peculiarities of public administration and problem-oriented issues of human rights protection. Graduates are fit for jobs in public administration sector, non-governmental organizations or private legal practice. They will be capable of contributing to the improvements and development of the public administration processes in their country.  

·         Offers double diploma studies and mobility in the EU. Choosing this program means studies abroad. In addition to two semesters in Lithuania, it offers additional opportunities to study in other European Universities or undertake an international internship under Erasmus+ program.

 

The Program is delivered by top-level administrative, constitutional and human rights law professionals from Lithuania and Ukraine, who are ready to share their knowledge and experience with you!

Teaching staff


  • Dr. Danutė Jočienė Associate professor at International and European Law Institute (MRU). She served a nine-year tenure as a justice of the European Court of HUman Rights. Currently she serves as a judge of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Lithuania. As an assoc. professor she teaches international protection of human rights.
  • Dr. Yevgen Gerasymenko Associate Professor at Administrative Law Department, Faculty of Law (TSNUK). His fields of expertise include, in particular, Administrative Law and Process, Human Rights and Refugee Law. He is an author and co-author of over 40 scientific publications. He participated as an expert at UNDP, USAID Projects, actively participates in drafting legislation.

  • Dr. Olesia Otradnova Vice dean of Faculty of Law and associate professor at Civil law department of Faculty of Law (TSNUK). She specializes on different issues of private law. She also gives lectures for master students on tort law, contract law and civil remedies in human rights law. Assoc. prof . O. Otradnova supervises  and reviews students’ master works. She also is an expert of Scientific-Consulting Council of the Supreme Court of Ukraine.

  • Dr. Egle Bileviciute Professor at the Public Law Institute, Faculty of Law, Mykolas Romeris University. She is teaching students administrative justice, education law, administrative procedure, social changes and administrative law, environmental law, legal regulation of e-government. She has enough experience in implementation and preparation of national and international projects. She published more than 100 scientific publications in Lithuania and abroad.

  • Dr. Ieva Deviatnikovaitė Associate professor of the Public Law Institute, Faculty of Law (MRU). She has published numerous articles and is an author of textbook on administrative law, public administration legal issues. She teaches Administrative Law course unit, European Administrative Law course unit, Comparative Administrative Law course unit, Legal Framework of Public Administration course unit, Legal Framework for Regulatory Authorities course unit.

  • Dr. Toma Birmontiene Professor at the Public Law Institute (MRU). She is teachning constitutional law, comparative constitutional law, constitutional rights in new and old democracies, and other subjects. She is author and co-author of  many scientific studies and textbooks on different issues   of constitutional law,  human rights law and health law. Prof. dr. Birmontienė served a nine-year tenure as a justice of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Lithuania.



  • Dr. Laurynas Bieksa Associate professor at International and European Law Institute (MRU), practicing advocate. He teaches Refugee Law and International Human Rights Protection. Representing the Lithuanian Red Cross, in 2002-2004 Laurynas Bieksa was the member of the Executive Board of European Council on Refugee and Exiles (ECRE), and he has participated in many international researches organised by ECRE, the Odysseus Academic Network of Asylum and Immigration Experts and other organisations.

  • Dr. Yuliya Vashchenko Associate Professor at Administrative Law Department, International Educational Program Coordinator, Faculty of Law (TSNUK). Her fields of expertise include, in particular, Administrative and Regulatory Law, Energy Law, and Human Rights Law. She is an author and co-author of over 70 scientific publications. She participates as an expert at USAID Projects, actively participates in drafting legislation.



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