December 9 within the framework of Law Week at the Law Faculty of Zaporizhzhya National University held a roundtable discussion on the problems of human rights in Ukraine and contest of crosswords of constitutional law.
The moderator of the event was Ph.D. in Law, senior lecturer of the Constitutional and Labor Law Department Mykola Martynov.
The roundtable discussion was attended by representatives of the Student Council and Scientific Community of Students and Postgraduates of the Law Faculty. They presented the following topics: "European law and national legislation of Ukraine: problems of implementation", "Understanding the rule of law principle in international law and in the Ukrainian legal doctrine", "Implementation of the norms of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms in Ukrainian law", "Current issues of human rights in pre-judicial investigation in criminal proceedings".
Most of the participants are interested in the latest report. There were expressed rather critical views on the human rights situation in Ukraine, as well as suggestions on improvement of current legislation and judicial practice on these issues.
During the contest of crosswords on the Constitutional law, students of 2nd year of the Law Faculty competed in the knowledge of two sections of the Constitution of Ukraine, "Rights, freedoms and duties of man and citizen" and "Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine".
The rating of contest leaders formed by the number and speed of the students solved word in crossword.
As a result of creative and fun contest, the best expert on constitutional law became a student Sergiy Tyapkin. He was able to solve the largest number of words (five) than other students.
Head of Zaporizhzhya branch of Students League Lawyers Association of Ukraine