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Tetiana Lysenko

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Tetiana Lysenko

Associate Professor of the Сhair of Theory and History of the State and Law and International Law of the Institute of Economics and Law of the Classical Private University, PhD (Zaporizhzhya, Ukraine).
Tetiana Volodymyrivna has an experience in scientific and pedagogical work, organizational, managerial and public work. She graduated from the Faculty of Law (2012) and postgraduate studies (2015) of the Zaporizhzhya National University. She defended her PhD in the specialty: Legal Sciences. 12.00.01 — Theory and history of the state and law; history of political and legal students (Classical Private University, Ukraine, 2017). Since 2016, associate professor of the Сhair of Theory and History of the State and Law and International Law of the Classical Private University.

Part-time: 2016-2017 – inspector of the career guidance department of the Classical Private University; from 2017-2020 – deputy director for educational, educational-methodical and educational work, Volodymyr Stashis Institute of Law, Classical Private University; since 2019 — a professor at the Zaporizhzhya Center for retraining and advanced training of employees of state authorities, local government bodies, managers of state enterprises, institutions and organizations; since 2019 — the head of the NGO «Good Action-Zaporizhzhya».

The author of 32 scientific papers. 1). Protection of a Human, Human Rights and International Practices in Counterfeiting Medicines: Management and Administration Issues in the Globalized Environment Vasyl V. Ilkov, Tetiana V. Lysenko, Sergii P. Myrnyi, Sergii S. Tuchkov, Iuliia O. Shekhovtsova J Complement Med Res. 2020; 11(2): 98-104.

Acknowledgments: 2019 — State institution «Probation Center»; 2019 — Zaporizhzhya Academic Lyceum No. 23.

Tetiana Volodymyrivna has an experience in organizing international conferences and round tables: 1) Topical issues of preventing violations of children’s rights: domestic and foreign experience» involving Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and University of California, Berkeley.