UCU Law Book Discussions is a project of the UCU Master’s in Law in Human Rights Program, aiming
at popularizing new books in legal literature that relate to current questions in jurisprudence.
The format for presenting the publications includes the participation of the author, two expert
reviewers, a moderator, and invited guests who take part in discussing the key provisions of the
study.

The UCU Law Book Discussions project will be of interest to the academic community, practicing
lawyers, civic activists, and law students.
The project has reviewed:
 the collective monograph “Civilians in Modern Armed Conflicts: The Legacy of Rafal Lemkin”
 a Ukrainian translation of the book “The Civil Code of Halychyna, 1797”
 Nataliya Haletska’s monograph “Forms of Implementing International Agreements by
European Countries: Theory and Practice”