Department of Civil and Labour Law

The Department of Civil and Labour Law teaches courses attached to Civil Law and also examines the problems of improvement of civil law, family law, civil procedural and labour legislation as well as legislation on public service and social security in the terms of formation of a social state based on the legal status of law enforcement officers.
The staff of the Department of Civil and Labor Law

Information

Office: +375-17 289-23-92
Address: 220005, Minsk, Masherov Ave, 6

Management of the Department

Helena Efremenko

Head of the Department of Civil and Labour Law

Helena Efremenko

Candidate of Juridical Science (PhD in Law), Associate Professor

Brief Background

Graduated with honors from the Faculty of Law of the Belarusian State University, in 2001 graduated from the National Institute of Education.

In 1997–2009 worked at the Academy as a lecturer, senior lecturer, Associate Professor, Deputy Head of the Department of Theory and History of State and Law. In August 2009 she became the Head of the Department of Civil and Labour law.

Spheres of scientific interests are problems of sociology of civil law and government coercion in private law. She has a number of scientific publications in the sphere of law and is the author of monographs and textbooks.

E.Efremenko has some state and departmental awards.

Mikhail Pashkeev

Deputy Head of the Department of Civil and Labour Law

Mikhail Pashkeev

colonel of militia
Candidate of Juridical Science (PhD in Law), Associate Professor

Brief Background

In 1998 graduated from the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, in 2008 – from the Institute of Advanced Training and Retraining of Maxim Tank Pedagogical University, in 2003 became a postgraduate student of the Scientific and Pedagogical Faculty of the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

In 1998–2000 served as an operative of Borisov GOVD Economic Crimes Department of the Criminal Militia. In 2003 to 2006 was a lecturer at the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. In 2003–2006 worked as a lecturer at the Department of Theory and History of State and Law, in 2006–2010 – as a senior lecturer, Assistant Professor, Deputy Head of the Department of Detective Activity. In May 2010 he became the Deputy Head of the Department of Civil and Labor Law.

Spheres of scientific interests are theoretical and applied problems of organization and activities of law enforcement agencies as well as issues of civil procedural law. He is an аuthor of more than 100 scientific and educational publications, including monographs and textbooks.

M.Pashkeev has some state and departmental awards

Department: History and Modern Period

The Department of Civil Law Courses was created in 1975. Development of public relations in the early 1990s caused the need of reorganization of Department, so in 1992 it was reorganized into the Department of Civil and Private Law. As a result of changing of the structure of courses taught the Department received its modern name.

The Department of Civil and Labour Law carries out training of specialists in the fields of "Jurisprudence", "Economic Law", "Public Administration and Law", "Forensic Expertise", "Jurisprudence", "Personnel Management and Ideological Work in Law Enforcement Agencies", "State Administration of Internal Affairs Bodies".

Much attention is paid by the teaching staff of the Department to educational and methodological work, the results of which are reflected in textbooks with the stamp of the Ministry of Education and of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

The lecturers and professors of the Department take active part in creation of normative legal acts and their interpretation and are authors of numerous scientific works. Besides the Department pays much attention to training of scientific and pedagogical personnel.

Research Activities

The teaching staff of the Department examines the problems of improvement of civil law, family law, civil procedural and labour legislation as well as legislation on public service and social security in the terms of formation of a social state based on the legal status of law enforcement officers. The Department organizes and participates in various scientific and practical conferences, seminars and round tables.

The Department has a scientific club of cadets and extra-mural students, who often get the prize places in the Republican competition of scientific works of students.