English edition / edited and translated by William E. Butler. - London, England : Wildy, Simmonds & Hill Publishing, -
Book — volumes ; 24 cm.
Volume one. Fundamental theoretical and historical jurisprudence / edited by O.V. Petryshyn
II. Public law doctrine of Ukraine / edited by Iu P. Bytiak
volume two. Public law doctrine of Ukraine.
This volume opens the most substantial treatise ever published on Ukrainian legal doctrine. Section One is devoted to the philosophy of law, methodological, and scientific fundamental principles of jurisprudence. Section Two turns to issues of the supremacy and the rule of law in recent Ukrainian experience, human rights, and doctrinal metrics of the Ukrainian legal system. Section Three addresses doctrinal conceptions of modern Ukrainian statehood, including Ukrainian approaches to a civil society, conceptions of federation, judicial practice and legal doctrine as sources of Ukrainian law, and legal aspects and implications of approximating Ukrainian law to the law of the European Union. In Section Four modern Ukrainian doctrines of legal history are explored with special reference to the historiography of twentieth-century Ukrainian experience in State-building. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Volume two of the most substantial treatise ever published on Ukrainian legal doctrine is dedicated to public law. Section One treats constitutional law doctrine, including the concept of the social State, forms of rule, and constitutional justice. Section Two turns to administrative law. Section Three considers doctrinal issues of financial law, taxation, budget law, and banking law. In Section Four attention is given to the correlation of international and municipal law, problems of international security, membership in international organizations, and the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights. Section Five addresses the challenges of information law. (source: Nielsen Book Data)