The concept of pro bono (from Latin ‘pro bono publico’: for the public good) is an integral part of LCF’s philosophy: as part of the society we share the responsibility for its development and tackling of social problems. We support a variety of cultural and artistic initiatives, participate in perfecting legislation, promote improvement of legal culture and professional standards.
LCF Law Group established a scholarship for the best lecturer of UCU Law School
LCF Law Group established a scholarship for the best lecturer of the Ukrainian Catholic University Law School. The purpose of the scholarship is to support the development of legal education and research in Ukraine.
The sholarship received Kristina Dumych, PhD. in Law, a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Law and Human Theory at the Ukrainian Catholic University. Kristina demonstrates excellence in teaching and actively collaborates with the professional community to organize student internships.
LCF Law Group Scholarship will facilitate Kristina’s research projects and provide an opportunity to attend a major international scientific conference.
Educational Project “Youth As Driver of Reforms”
LCF Law Group, in cooperation with the Ukrainain Association of Insolvency Practitioners, ELSA Ukraine and the UBA Student League, launches the educational project “Youth As Driver of Reforms”.
The goal of the project is to attract young people to to active work on changes through developing and proposing efficient measures for improving the life in the country by changes in legislation, law improvement and establishing justice.
The project started with the students’ essay contest “Bankruptcy in Ukraine – International Standards Compliance” . The winner will receive a stipendium and opportunity to have an internship at LCF.
Within the project Alexander Biryukov, Doctor of Law, Counsel of LCF Law Group and the President of he Ukrainain Association of Insolvency Practitioners, also given a series of public lectures at leading universities in Kyiv, Odessa, Uzhgorod, Khmelnitsky.
Anna Ogrenchuk took part in Kyiv-Mohyla Academy Charity Evening
Anna Ogrenchuk participated in the Charity Evening of the National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”, held on October 21, 2018. The charity evening was held to support talented students and tutors of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy and the development of the new university programs.
Anna took part in a charity auction and bought the work “Photocopies. The fruits of the earth” of Igor Gaidai, the well-known Ukrainian photorapher. The charity auction is part of the fundraising campaign of the university aimed at improving the quality of education, developing science and empowering young people to pursue education at the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy.
Anna Ogrenchuk took part in the First Charity Evening “Anne of Kyiv. The New Millennium”
Anna Ogrenchuk participated in the First Charity Evening “Anne of Kyiv. The New Millennium”, held on June 26, 2018 at the National Conservation Area “Sophia of Kyiv”. Anna joined a charity auction and bought the “name bricks.”
The fundrising campaign “Anne of Kyiv. The New Millennium” is aimed at developing Anne of the Kyiv Cultural Center and restoration of the Church of St. Borys and Glib in Senlis, France.
LCF Advisor Oleksandr Biryukov participates in the development of the Bankruptcy Code
The development of the Bankruptcy Code should start with the introduction of modern approaches and solve a number of topical problems in the area of bankruptcy, restoration of solvency, as well as introduction of the concept of bankruptcy of an individual.
With the support of international and non-governmental organisations, a group of professionals is working on a draft of the Bankruptcy Code for submission to the parliament, Verkhovna Rada, of Ukraine for consideration.
Open lecture by Anna Ogrenchuk at Legal High School
Anna Ogrenchuk held an open lecture at the Legal High School on procedural innovations in the Civil Procedure Code. In particular, Anna talked about the new procedural possibilities of the Institute of Legal Experts.