PANEL DISCUSSION

Right to a fair trial: European tradition and Ukrainian context

October, 5

 


Key speakers

Bohdan Futey, Doctor of Law, Professor – Judge of the United States Court of Federal Claims, Lawyer (USA)
James Moliterno, Doctor of Law – Vincent Bradford Professor of Law at Washington & Lee University School of Law (USA)
Jörg Pudelka – Judge of the Administrative Court of Berlin (Germany)
Milena Slaveykova-Rukova – Judge of the Administrative Court of Sofia (Bulgaria)
Nadiya Stefaniv – Judge of the Court of Appeal of Ivano-Frankivsk region
  Mykhailo Smokovych, Doctor of Law – Deputy Head of the Supreme Administrative Court of Ukraine
  Viktor Gorodovenko, Doctor of Law – Judge, President of the Court of Appeal of Zaporizhia Region
  Stanislav Pogrebnyak, Doctor of Law, Professor – Professor of the Theory of State and Law Department of the Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University
  Olga Shilo, Doctor of Law, Professor – Head of Criminal Process and Operational Activities Department of the Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University
  Tetiana Tsuvina, Ph.D. in Law – Assistant at the Civil Procedure Department of the Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University
  Natalia Sakara, Ph.D. in Law – Associate Professor of the Civil Procedure Department of Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University

Discussion questions

  • The components of the right to a fair trial (analysis of the pilot decisions of the European Court of Human Rights, which found violations of conventional guarantees of the right to a fair trial)
  • Current trends in the application of the civil law aspect of the right to a fair trial
  • Current trends in the application of the criminal law aspect of the right to a fair trial
  • Applicability of guarantees of the right to a fair trial in administrative proceedings
  • Guarantees of the right to a fair trial in constitutional complaint proceedings