International Conference "EU Law: Current State, Challenges and Prospects" was held in the National University "Odessa Law Academy" in 2016, November 25, organized by European Union Law and Comparative Jurisprudence Department, Odessa TEMPUS Center and Academic club chair "Unity in diversity" of National University "Odessa law Academy".
Viktor I. Vorobyov was the moderator of the first panel hearing "Trends and Prospects for Reform of Ukrainian Legislation in the Implementation of the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the EU". He is doctor of law, professor, Head of the Comparative and European Law Institute of International Relations Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, who began his speech with the Association Agreement and Ukrainian legislation under European process.
Professor, Head of Department of International Law and Special Legal Sciences of the National University of "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy" Roman A. Petrov, who was also moderated the second panel hearing "Political and Legal Mechanisms to Reform the EU Conclusions after the "Dutch referendum" and "Brexit”, made an interesting report and presentation «What does the Association agreement mean for Ukraine, the EU and its member states?».
Professor, Head of European Union Law and Comparative Law of National University "Odessa Law Academy" Behrouz Hashmatulla became the moderator of the third panel hearing "The Problem of Improving the Legal Instruments of EU Foreign Policy in Terms of Global Challenges", who presented the interesting research "Peace Mission as a Tool for Implementing the Common Foreign and Security Policy of the EU" .
It’s important to note that all members of the International Scientific Conference presented very interesting and relevant scientific vision on the development of the European Union, conflict and interaction of legal systems today and the prospects of implementation of the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the EU, and at the end of the scientific event they had the opportunity publish their research theses electronically copy material.