Department of Theory and History of State and Law
The Managment of the Department
Deputy Head of the Department of Civil and Labour Law
colonel of militia
Candidate of Juridical Science (PhD in Law), Associate Professor
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
Deputy head of the department of theory and history of state and law
Colonel of militia
Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor
In 1999 he graduated from the Faculty of History of the Belarusian State University, in 2002 finished the Mogilev Militia School of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, in 2005 ended the postgraduate study of the Belarusian State University, in 2015 graduated the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
In the internal affairs bodies since 1999. He started his career as an inspector of the operational and on-call service of the UVD on transport of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, in 2004–2010 worked in various positions at the Headquarters of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, and from 2010 worked at the teaching work at the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Deputy Head of the Department of Theory and History of State and Law since March 2016.
The main field of scientific interests is the history of law enforcement agencies, the history of the state and the law of Belarus. He is the author of numerous scientific and educational-methodical publications.
He was awarded the medal "For Irreproachable Service" of the III degree.
Department: History and Modern Period
In 1964, the Minsk Division of the Extra-mural studies of the Higher School of the RSFSR MOOP was transformed into the Minsk Full-time Correspondence Faculty of the Higher School of the RSFSR MOOP. It was decided to establish a department of legal disciplines – in fact, the first department of the theoretical and legal profile. In 1968, it was transformed into the department of state-legal and civil-law disciplines.
After the formation of the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR and, as a result, the Minsk Full-time Department of the Moscow branch of legal correspondence education at the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR, and then the Minsk Higher School of the USSR Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Department of State and Legal Disciplines (1976-1992) began to actively develop. Highly qualified scientific and pedagogical cadres were involved in the teaching of the academic disciplines "Theory of State and Law", "State Law of the USSR and Foreign Socialist Countries", "International Law", etc.
After Belarus gained state sovereignty was established the Academy of the Militia. In its structure in 1992 the Department of Theory of Law and History was formed, which included employees of the Department of State and Legal Disciplines, as well as the former Department of Political History.
The modern department was created on the basis of previously independently operated departments. They are state and legal disciplines and history of the CPSU. In August 1998 the department received its modern name – the Department of Theory and History of State and Law.
At present, the department teaches disciplines at the first stage of higher education, in the magistracy, at the faculty for advanced training and retraining of leading cadres. Electronic educational and methodical complexes have been developed and are being actively used, textbooks and teaching aids have been issued with the stamp of the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the educational and methodological association of the Belarusian State University.
The department has prepared the jubilee publications devoted to the 55th anniversary and the 60th anniversary of the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. The working group successfully developed the concept of books, including the structure and content, carried out the final systematization of materials and documents. The department also took an active part in the complex of measures to prepare and hold the 100th anniversary of the Belarusian militia at the level of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. The authors of the department on behalf of the main department of ideological work of the Ministry of Internal Affairs prepared for publication the first volume of the jubilee two-volume edition "Militia of Belarus: 100 years. History and Modern Period", published in 2016.
By the 50th anniversary of the department, the head of the department V. Pavlov, the associate professor of S. Lapanovich and the lieutenant colonel of militia in reserve A. Radoman prepared a colorful information booklet, which reflects the main achievements of the Department of Theory and History of the State and Rights. (Electronic version, pdf, 105 MB.)
The department actively cooperates with leading educational and research institutions of the country – the law faculties of the Belarusian State University and the Belarusian State Economic University, the Institute of Legal Studies of the National Center for Legislation and Legal Studies. Links are maintained with foreign educational and research institutions, among them the Moscow University of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia named after V. Kikotya, the Nizhny Novgorod Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, the St. Petersburg State University, the University of Warsaw.