Public Law Disciplines Department operates as a separate division of the Institute of Law which provides training, educational, methodical, scientific and research work.
The department provides teaching of the subjects of civil-legal cycle in Ukrainian and English languages for the training of specialists in economic and legal specialty, namely: civil, family, civil and procedural, commercial, economic and procedural, financial, tax, labor, environmental, agrarian, banking, stock-market, housing, land, corporate, customs, copyright, enterprise law, the legal basis for business and investment, intellectual property, notarial system of Ukraine, violations and the consideration of certain categories of civil cases, legal regulation of currency and credit transactions, the legal framework of financial control, practical work on making civil and procedural documents, solution of commercial disputes in Ukraine.
One of the directions of the teaching staff of the department is research work aimed to the studying of current problems of civil and family law application. The department started publishing lectures in basic subjects in both Ukrainian and English languages.
The staff of the department is involved in organizing and conducting international seminars, round tables at the university; among them are: "Reform of State and Law in the Context of European Integration", "Human Rights: international standards and national dimension", “Methods of preparing graduate study”.
Much attention is paid to the practical orientation of education. Among the lecturers of the department there are professional practitioners who help students apply their theoretical knowledge to practical work.
Public Law Disciplines Department provides students with internship in the committees of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine, Ministry of Justice of Ukraine, the district courts of Kyiv and other legal institutions of private ownership and so on.
An integral part of the work of the department is to attract students to scientific work. The functioning of the department group "Experts in civil rights” contributes to the attraction of students to participate in international, national and regional scientific conferences, seminars, practical trainings in civil and family, labor, business and other areas of law. Traditional is the practice of annual role-games such as “Consideration of civil cases in court, "Experts in civil law”, etc. Tasks of the former scientific club are aimed at forming students' professional knowledge and skills in accordance with attracting and encouraging students for participation in scientific work.