About us

Our public organization "East European Law Research Center" (EELRC) is a voluntary association of individuals who are interested in the area of law and legal research, limited by specific territory – these are the countries, which were a part of various autocratic unions and consequently gained a great influence in the legal and cultural life of their society. The EELRC established for the purpose of the implementation and protection of human and civil rights and freedoms, the satisfaction of social, in particular scientific, cultural, educational and other interests of their members and/or other persons.

  We are open to cooperation for further development of Justice in East European Region and in Ukraine as well!

Head of EELRC


 

Idea

Knowledge

Experience

Partnership

MANAGEMENT and TEAM of EELRC

Management of EELRC is carried out on the principles of democracy, publicity, election of the authorities, subordination and executive discipline, taking into account the regulatory documents of EELRC.

The governing bodies of EELRC are:

1

the General Meeting of the EELRC Members

2

the EELRC Board

3

the EELRC Head, the First Vice-Head, the Vice-Head

The main goal

The main goal of EELRC is to promote the development of the legal culture, the protection of rights of freedoms and interests of humans, and the participation of legal science development.

Among our activities are:

scholar research

- participation in the preparation and implementation of programs that are relevant to the purpose of EELRS, holding and participating in conducting of scholar research, carrying out expert research, scientific and various kinds of examinations and others (our Joint project “ADR development: Ukraine on its way to European Union”);

scientific meetings

holding of congresses, forums, conferences, seminars, competitions, lectures, trainings, courses, etc. with a view to discuss scientific, educational, practical and organizational issues (see, please, conferences, related to CPC reforms, International Conference "Small Claims Procedure: European and Ukrainian experiences", November 23, 2018, Ukraine; International Conference "Ukraine on the Way to Europe: Reform of Civil Procedural Code", July 7, 2017);

media support

  • creation and/or managing of media (see, please, Access to Justice in Eastern Europe Journal), organization and/or financing, as well as participation in its scientific, educational and organizational activities;
  • educational projects
  • development and implementation of programs of the experience exchange and training of lawyers (see, please, the Joint courses on mediation with the Post Graduate Course for the training of mediators and ADR professionals, Department of Law, University of Pavia, Italy, head – Prof. Elizabetta Silvestry and others).

MEMBERSHIP in EELRC, RIGHTS and OBLIGATIONS of THE MEMBERS

  • We offer to join our team

    and to take part in all our activities for individuals and organizations which support our ideas, are engaged in the area of law and legal research and promote activities aimed at achieving the goals and objectives of EELRC. The priority of our collaboration is given to representatives of the countries, which were a part of various autocratic unions and consequently gained a great influence in the legal and cultural life of their society, including East European, South European and West Asian states. Membership in EELRC is voluntary and individual.

  • Admission to membership of EELRC

    is carried out on the basis of a written application addressed to the EELRC Head supported by two EELRC members` recommendations. The decision concerning the membership will be taken within a month from the date of relevant application submission. All EELRC members are equal in realizing their rights and responsibilities.

  • The rights of EELRC member include:

    • to elect and be elected to the governing bodies of EELRC, participate in all activities conducted by EELRC;
    • to take part in the work of permanent and temporary project established by the decision of the EELRC authorized bodies;
    • to leave EELRC freely on their own written statement.

  • Members of the Organization are obliged to:

    • comply with the provisions of the EELRC Statute;
    • contribute to the accomplishment of the tasks of EELRC;
    • participate in public events and projects organized by EELRC.

INTERNATIONAL CO-OPERATION of EELRC

The EELRC, in accordance with its statutory tasks, has a right to conduct international relations and activities in the manner prescribed by EELRC Statute and current legislation of Ukraine.

International activity of EELRC is carried out through participation in international projects, work of international organizations, as well as other forms that do not contradict with the legislation of Ukraine, norms and principles of international law.