Law faculty


Assistant Dean

Leading Experts

  • Stasiv Ivanna
  • Jablonska Natalia

The faculty consists of 6 departments:

  • Department of Commercial Law and Procedure
  • Department of Criminal Law and Procedure
  • Department of State and Law Theory
  • Department of Civil Law and Procedure
  • The Department of History and Philosophy

The Faculty of Law was founded in 1996. This was preceded by the establishment of the Department of Law in 1986, and in 1992 - the opening of the specialization "Law". The university and faculty management paid special attention to the formation of the teaching staff from among professional specialists, who not only have deep knowledge in the field of law, but also are engaged in practical activities combining with scientific work.

At the Faculty of Law the training of legal experts is carried out on the educational program 081 "Law", on educational levels: Bachelor's, Master's, and since 2017 - Doctor of Philosophy. Training of scientific and pedagogical staff of the highest qualification is carried out through postgraduate study. The Faculty has been operating since 2017. Postgraduate studies in the specialty 081 Law.

Famous graduates

During the time of its existence professors of the faculty brought up new leading scientists and scientists, who today work in various educational institutions of Ukraine, in particular: I.M. Zharovska - Doctor of Juridical Sciences, Professor D.V. Busuyok - Candidate of Juridical Sciences, Associate Professor; U.B. Andrusiv - Candidate of Legal Sciences, Associate Professor; N.P. Pavliv-Samoil - Candidate of Legal Sciences, Associate Professor; A.V. Paruta - Candidate of Legal Sciences; I.R. Serkevich - Candidate of Legal Sciences, Associate Professor; A.S. Rudanetska - Candidate of Legal Sciences, Associate Professor and others.

Legal Clinic

On the basis of the Faculty of Law, the Law Clinic "Pro Bono" was established and successfully operates, the purpose of which is to help and support the implementation of the rights and interests of Ukrainian citizens, to promote the popularization of legal reform and development of the legal system, legal education, as well as the formation of a new democratic and legal society.

Students' self-governance at the Faculty of Law

The Faculty of Law actively operates the Student Self-Government, which consists of the Head of State, the Student Council of the Faculty of Law and the Student Scientific Society. Students of the Faculty of Law are able to successfully combine their studies with leisure time. Traditionally, an annual competition is held between Miss and Mr. Law Faculty. Student teams, "The Eyes of Themis" and "Legal Criminal" have repeatedly won prizes in university competitions. The Student Scientific Society organizes round tables and meetings with leading legal practitioners. Members of the Student Scientific Society take part in all-Ukrainian contests, contests, conferences, representing the law school of the university with dignity. More information about student life you can find on the official page of the Law Faculty of LUTE in social networks.

International cooperation

In recent years, the international cooperation between the Faculty of Law and universities in Hungary and Poland has been intensified. Thus, as part of the Erasmus program, lecturers from the Law Faculty of the University of Debrecen come to the Law Faculty of the Lviv University of Trade and Economics to share their practical experience. In particular, on the aspects of the very idea of Europe and Ukraine's integration into the European Union as a whole ("Enlargement of the European Union", "History of the idea of Europe and European integration"). The teachers of our university raise their qualification in the leading educational institutions of Poland, Slovakia and Hungary.

Within the framework of the Erasmus + program, students of the Faculty of Law, within the framework of international cooperation, are trained for a period of 6 months at the University of Debrecen (Hungary), which is one of the oldest and most famous universities in the country. According to the terms of the program, foreign students study in English and have to pass the examination period in those disciplines which they studied during one semester at the university.