By decision of the State Accreditation Commission of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine University is licensed and certified to conduct educational activities at the highest level IV accreditation, which allowed the provision of higher education (including foreign nationals) at the level of qualification requirements for specialist and MA degrees "jurisprudence".
National University of Odesa Law Academy "follows the rich traditions of Odessa law school, whose history is rooted more in 1847 (when the existence of the law faculty Rishelevskaya Lyceum - First High School in Odessa). In 1865 the Faculty joined the Imperial University of Novorossiysk. In 1997, when legal scholarship and education in Odessa, turned 150 years old, Law Institute of Odessa State University was transformed into the Odessa State Academy of Law.
“We do not prohibit to anybody to express their own political beliefs. It is very important not at the expense to educational process”, - rector of NU OLA Volodymyr Zavalniuk
The administration of National University “Odessa Law Academy” commented information that students and staff of the University are going to Kyiv to express their own political beliefs.
“We prohibit to nobody to express their own political beliefs, neither teachers, nor students. It is very important not at the expense to educational process”, underlined rector of National University “Odessa Law Academy”.
In Venice (Italy) it began its work the 97th ordinary session of European commission “For Democracy Through Law” (Venice Commission), which will be holding on Friday and Saturday.
On this session it will be selected President of Venice Commission, vice–presidents and members of the Bureau, chairpersons and vice chairpersons of sub-committees. In accordance to the agenda it will be held tomorrow, on the 7th of December. Nominations for these positions in the practice of the Commission will be provided by the Committee of Wise Men.
The Commission began its work from the paying tribute to Ex-President Nelson Mandela of the Republic of South Africa.
Afterwards it was discussed the cooperation of Venice Commission and the Committee of Ministers of Council of Europe. On opinion of the Permanent Representative of Hungary in the Council of Europe Mr. Ferenc Robák and his colleague from Portugal Mr. Luís Filipe Castro Mendes this cooperation is very productive and useful for each state – member of the Council of Europe.