Scientific and Information Bulletin

Ivan-Frankivsk University named King Danylo Halytsky

Ivan-Frankivsk University
named King Danylo Halytsky

Dear colleagues!

The Scientific and Informational Bulletin of Ivano-Frankivsk University of Law Named after King Danylo Halytskyi – is a professional scientific journal of law founded in 2010 upon the initiative of the Rector of the university LLD Fr. Ivan Mykhailovych Lutskyi  

Professional Registration: Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine from December 12, 2015 № 1328

ISSN of the printed version of the journal: 2078-6670

ISSN of the electronic version of the journal: 2618-0308

The journal is included into the following scientometric databases:

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Google Scholar (the USA)

Eurasian Scientific Journal Index (Казахстан)

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Languages of the issue: Ukrainian, Russian, English, Polish.

POLICY (PURPOSE AND TASKS) OF THE BULLETIN

Purpose of the publication: coverage and dissemination of research results and achievements of domestic and foreign researchers, consideration of fundamental and applied problems of modern legal science, formulation of proposals for the development and improvement of various areas of law.

Tasks of the Bulletin:

  1. Publication of the main results of scientific research in the field of law conducted by the PhD students, scientific and pedagogical staff from the University as well as from other educational institutions, research institutions and organizations.
  2. Coverage of theoretical problems of law and various aspects of law-making and law enforcement process.
  3. Development of scientific concepts on improvement of national legislation and promotion of their implementation in the practice of state formation.
  4. Facilitate interaction between leading professionals and young scholars in the field of law by creating an open information environment.
  5. Conducting scientific debate on current issues of law on the pages of the Bulletin in order to generate innovative ideas and disseminate them on international scale.
  6. Publishing reviews of monographs, textbooks, learning aids and other publications.

Target audience of the Bulletin: scientists, scientific and pedagogical staff, doctoral students, graduate students, students and practitioners, as well as persons interested in the development of modern legal science.

The priority topics of the Bulletin include the following sections:

Journal Sections

Law matters section:
1. Theory and History of State and Law; History of Political and Legal Studies.
2. Constitutional Law and Process; Municipal Law.
3. Civil Law and Civil Procedure; Family Law; International Private Law.
4. Commercial Law, Commercial Procedural Law.
5. Labor Law; Social Security Law.
6. Land Law; Agrarian Law; Environmental Law; Natural Resource Law.
7. Administrative Law and Procedure; Finance Law; Information Law.
8. Criminal Law and Criminal Science; Criminal Enforcement Law.
9. Criminal Proceedings and Criminalistics; Forensic Enquiry; Law Enforcement Intelligence.
10. Judicial system; Prosecution Service and Advocacy.
11. International Law.
12. Philosophy of Law.  
General sections:
1. Academic life.
2. Personalia.
3. Reviews.
4. Essays, surveys, comments.
 

License terms: The authors authorize the editorial board to publish original scientific articles containing the results of experimental and theoretical studies that are not to be issued in other publications. All materials are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License International CC BY-SA, which allows others to share the work on the basis of acknowledging the authorship of this work and the first publication in this journal.

In order to ensure high professional and ethical standards, the editorial board is guided by the Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing.

Науково-інформаційний вісник

Івано-Франківського університету права імені Короля Данила Галицького