Associate Professor of the Department of General Theoretical Jurisprudence and Public Law
Oleksiy Tseliev is an associate professor of law with a PhD degree. He has been teaching at the Faculty of Law for more than two decades. His courses include general theory of law for bachelors and anthropological studies of national legislation for masters. He has written and co-written several scientific publications and a textbook on general theory of law. His research interest lies in the interaction between law and the state, as well as the challenges that emerge from it, and the Rule of Law issues. He also practices law in the fields of corporate and commercial activities. He is an expert of the Center for the Study of the Rule of Law and participates in international research projects. He works with various organizations such as OSCE, USAID, the Council of Europe office in Ukraine, the Swedish Academy named after Folke Bernadotte and others.