The concept and socio-legal value of the reconciliation of the parties in the administrative judiciary of Ukraine

The article is aimed at research of the concept and socio-legal significance of the reconciliation of the parties in the administrative proceedings of Ukraine. On the basis of legal methods of scientific knowledge, such as: dialectical, logical-formal, comparative-legal, etc., modern approaches to understanding the legal nature and essence of the concept of "reconciliation" are considered.

Inacceptability of influence by prosecutors and lawyers on the activities of judges

  Abstract. Prosecutors and lawyers, whose work involves ensuring the application of the law and, at the same time, diligently respecting court decisions, the enforcement of which is often their duty, must protect the right to appeal during their execution. It is clear that the reverse is also true: judges must respect prosecutors as representatives of these professional bodies and not interfere with the performance of their duties.

Measures to ensure the institutional independence of the judiciary

Abstract. In accordance with international legal standards in Ukraine, the independence of judges is guaranteed by the Constitution (part one of Article 126). It is prohibited to influence the judge in any way (part two of Article 126 of the Constitution of Ukraine). Also, the first part of Article 129 of the Basic Law of Ukraine states that a judge, when administering justice, is independent and governed by the rule of law.

On the question of holding a judge to responsibility for a judicial decision adopted by him

Abstract. Titan of labor Ivan Franko and Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytskyi wrote: "Love Ukraine not with a stream of loud and noisy phrases, but with quiet and tireless work. Loud, phraseological and, to a greater extent, insincere, because patriotism not supported by deeds must give way to respectable, silent, but deeply felt patriotism, which manifests itself not in words, but in work."

Subject composition of the procedure for conciliation of the parties in the administrative judiciary of Ukraine and EU member states

The article discloses the subject composition of the procedure of conciliation of the parties in the administrative proceedings of Ukraine and EU member states. It is noted that the main subjects of the procedure of conciliation of the parties in administrative proceedings are the parties to the dispute themselves, who wished to reconcile, and the legislation should influence these subjects only with the aim of facilitating their achievement of peace.

The role of a judge in the conciliation procedure of the parties in the administrative judiciary of Ukraine and EU member states

The article analyzes the place and role of the judge in the procedure of conciliation of the parties in the administrative proceedings of Ukraine and the EU Member States. It is established that in Ukraine there is a simple model of the subjective composition of conciliation of the parties in administrative proceedings, which is characterized by certain elements of a relatively complex model of the relevant subject composition (the judge encourages the parties to try to reconcile, but does not provide them with certain options to be considered).

Development of the doctrine of judicial disposal in the history of criminal law

The article analyzes the development of the doctrine of judicial discretion in the history of criminal law. It has been proven that most of the modern theories of judicial discretion are integrative in nature, reflected in modern criminal codes. For example, the French Criminal Code of 1992 relies on the ideas of the school of “new social protection” and on the concepts and institutions developed by the classical school (in the case of the classification of criminal acts, guilt, insanity).

Professionalization of judges as a basis for democratization of the judicial system of Ukraine: organizational and legal measures

The article, based on the analysis of scientific works, current regulations and law enforcement practice, provides a comprehensive philosophical and legal study of modeling the process of professionalization of judges in the context of the modern process of reforming the state and legal sphere, identifying parts that provoke professionalization of judges. options for influencing it.

Certain types of legal activities in the terms of anglish-american legal family

The article analyzes the study of the genesis of legal activity in the Anglo-American legal family on the examples of the “maternal” legal systems of England and the USA, as well as the peculiarities of the activity of lawyers in various spheres of public life, the variety of legal specialties, forms and areas of participation of lawyers in law-making, enforcement, the activities of law enforcement agencies and human rights organizations, the provision of legal services.

Ways to improve models of constitutional justice in Ukraine: historical, legal and international practice

 The article deals with the peculiarities of the emergence and development of basic models of constitutional justice. The formation of a particular model of constitutional control in each country is linked to the historical, social, economic, national, legislative preconditions for the emergence of a particular model. Described the main features of the European, American and amparo models of constitutional justice. Emphasized that in the territory of our country the issue of the creation of a constitutional justice body was impossible before Ukraine gained independence.