Artificial Intelligence and Law

Anisia Tatarintseva, 110i, KNEU


Of all the jobs robots might one day take over, there are some that have always seemed off limits. For example, artificial intelligence could never gain the creativity to be an artist or a musician (except it has), learn the human emotions necessary to write comedy (sorry, that too), or possess the analytical thinking you need to become a lawyer. Well, every one of those has proven to be false. In fact, AI has been helping humans with their minor legal inconveniences for several years now. It’s only going to get more advanced from here.

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Corporate legal relations in Ukraine: definition, elements and regulation

Written by Yulia Podkovko, 111i, KNEU


Corporate relations in Ukraine are developing quite quickly, thereby becoming more complicated, and accordingly require a proper settlement. The purpose of this essay is to get acquainted with the concept, the main elements of corporate legal relations, their development in the legal sphere in Ukraine.


Corporate legal relations are very complex and diverse in nature, which, on the one hand, literally forces to scientific research, and on the other, causes considerable difficulties in understanding and interpreting even the simplest concepts. Sustainable development of corporate relations is of considerable interest in legal literature. Only corporate relations give rise to such lively discussions , substantiation or improvement of individual scientific positions in relation to which a wide circle of scientists is engaged. Especially acute are the scientific disputes regarding the understanding of corporate legal relations and determining the list of public relations, whether they can be attributed to corporate.

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The procedure for employment of non-residents in Ukraine

Done by Levchenko Ivanna, ME110i, KNEU


Today, more and more Ukrainian employers are attracting foreign professionals to their companies. Over the past 10 years, legislation in the field of obtaining work permits for foreigners in Ukraine has undergone significant changes. Today, the provisions of current regulations have really simplified the procedure for obtaining such a permit for both employers and foreigners. Unfortunately, some gaps and inconsistencies still exist.

According to Article 43 of the Constitution of Ukraine, everyone has the right to work, which includes the opportunity to earn a living by work which he freely chooses or agrees freely. Continue reading The procedure for employment of non-residents in Ukraine


Coronavirus and the State of Emergency: Restrictions and Safeguards for Citizens Rights in the Special Period

Alla Kostovetska, Yana Yuzkova, KNEU


Coronaviruses are a group of related viruses that cause diseases in mammals and birds. In humans, coronaviruses cause respiratory tract infections that can be mild, such as some cases of the common cold (among other possible causes), and others that can be lethal, such as SARS, MERS, and COVID-19. Symptoms in other species vary: in chickens, they cause an upper respiratory tract disease, while in Continue reading Coronavirus and the State of Emergency: Restrictions and Safeguards for Citizens Rights in the Special Period


Rights of females in Ukraine

Alla Kostovetska, KNEU


Women’s rights in Ukrainian society are equal to men’s constitutional rights in the economic, political, cultural and social spheres, as well as in the family. However, Ukrainian women suffer from gender inequality: for example, they receive lower wages than men and have limited opportunities for promotion; more than 45% of the population of Ukraine suffer from violence – physical, sexual or psychological and most of them are women.

Movement for rights

One of the largest feminist organizations in Europe was founded in the 1920s in modern western Ukraine, Galicina. The organization was called the Union of Ukrainian Women, headed by Milena Rudnitskaya. In the Soviet era, feminism was classified as a bourgeois ideology, and therefore also an anti-Soviet counter-revolutionary. Civil society and feminism practically did not exist in Soviet times. After Ukraine gained independence in 1991, the feminist movement began.

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Smart contracts as an innovative legal tool

Manzar Mammadova, 111i, KNEU


A smart contract is an agreement between people or organizations, which is in a form of a program code that runs automatically and receives all the necessary data through so-called “oracles” – programs that provide communication between the real and the digital world.

Rather, smart contracts should be referred to as a blockchain because today, such contracts are implemented through blockchain, and if you go into detail, perhaps 99% of smart contracts should be called ethereum contracts, since they are created on the air (ether- cryptocurrency). Continue reading Smart contracts as an innovative legal tool