Department of Administrative and financial law

  • About the Department

Department of Administrative and Financial Law was set up according to the decisions of the Academic Council of Ivana Franko National University of Lviv of November 26, 2008 by dividing common for decades the department of Constitutional (primary-public), Administrative and Financial law. It should be noted, the administrative and financial disciplines were taught even in the XIX century and a separate department of administrative law was created in 1904 after the reorganization of the department of administrative law and statistics.

At present the department provides training in two specializations: administrative and legal (for masters) and financial and legal (for specialists) and also some courses in such specializations as ‘justice’ and ‘business legal’.

The department also offers core subjects such as ‘administrative and financial law’.

There is also a variety of special courses. Since many law students go on to become lawyers, students often take courses that will be useful to them during their future careers. Courses like this give students the opportunity to experience the work of a lawyer before deciding on a career in public administration bodies (primarily, in regulatory bodies), and also for free legal assistance to the private individuals.

Special courses provided by professors and lecturers of the department are mostly applied in nature and dedicated to the areas of law practice, much in demand.

Such special courses should be highlighted:

  • Administrative judicature
  • Tax law
  • Customs law
  • Administrative and financial responsibility
  • Legal regulation of financial control
  • Information law.

The department of administrative and financial law continues to develop and create new courses to meet the needs of future specialists in law.