Organizational hierarchy

Teaching-scientific council TSC

The teaching-scientific council is an expert body of the Faculty. The teaching-scientific council consists of full-time and part-time professors and assistant professors employed by the Faculty. In the work of the Teaching-Scientific Council, the teachers who participate in the teaching, and are not employed by the Faculty, participate without the right to make decisions. The students also elect their representatives in the Teaching-Scientific Council.

Dean’s Administration

The dean’s administration is the faculty’s management body and has 13 members. Members of the Dean’s Office are: the dean, 3 vice-deans, the head of the Institute of Civil Law, the head of the Institute of Business Law and Economic Sciences, the head of the Institute of Criminal Law, the head of the Institute of International Law and International Relations, the head of the Institute of Legal – political sciences, the head of the Institute of Political Sciences, the head of the Institute of Journalism, Media and Communications, the head of the Institute of Legal Historical Sciences and the president of the Faculty’s Student Parliament. The secretary of the Faculty also participates in the work of the Dean’s Administration without the right to make decisions.

INSTITUTIONS:

  1. Institute of Civil Law Institute;
  2. Institute of Business Law and Economic Sciences;
  3. Institute of Criminal Law; Institute of International Law and International Relations;
  4. Institute of Legal and Political Sciences;
  5. Institute of Political Sciences;
  6. Institute for Journalism, Media and Communications;
  7. Institute of Legal Historical Sciences.

CENTRES:

  1. Center for Legal Clinical Education;
  2. Computer center;
  3. Intellectual Property Education Center;
  4. Center for Political Research and Analysis;
  5. Career Center;
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