SYSTEMATIZATION OF COMPONENTS OF COMPETENCE OF SUBJECTS OF FREE LEGAL AID PROVISION IN UKRAINE: ADMINISTRATIVE AND LEGAL ASPECT

Authors

  • Volodymyr Marchenko G. S. Skovoroda Kharkiv National Pedagogical University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.36690/2674-5216-2021-3-33

Keywords:

powers, rights and obligations, subject matter, public receptions, local authorities, specialized agencies for the provision of free primary legal assistance, centers for the provision of free legal assistance

Abstract

In the article, the author defines the general subject of conducting subjects for the provision of free legal assistance, systematizes their rights and obligations (powers), as well as conducts a generalized analysis and identifies common competency blocks for entities providing free legal assistance. So, the subject of reference in this case determines the scope of the provision of free legal assistance. The competence of local governments that provide free primary legal assistance (executive bodies of rural, village, city councils), which consists of the following blocks: is determined: professional; organizational and managerial; control; informational; associative; scientific and methodological and logistics unit. Specialized institutions that provide free primary legal assistance implement the following competency blocks: professional; organizational and managerial; informational and analytical and normative. The competence of regional centers for the provision of free secondary legal assistance consists of: a professional unit; analytical unit; monitoring unit; methodological and educational unit; strategic block; personnel block; associative block; regulatory unit. The structural blocks of competence of local centers for the provision of free legal assistance in their content are similar to the competence of regional centers with minor differences: professional block; analytical unit; organizational unit; methodological and educational unit; strategic block; personnel block; associative block; regulatory unit. The competency blocks of the subjects of the provision of free legal assistance make it possible to form an objective idea of their general competence, to establish the similarity of its individual elements with each other. It is noted that the difference between the individual blocks of competence mainly depends on the level and volume of implementation of such competence by the subjects of the provision of free legal assistance and the types of the latter - primary or secondary. It is concluded that the general competence of the subjects for the provision of free legal aid consists of a set of rights and responsibilities, which are proposed to be combined into such blocks as: professional, regulatory, organizational and managerial, control, monitoring, personnel, strategic, analytical, informational, logistical, methodological and educational, scientific, associative.

Author Biography

Volodymyr Marchenko, G. S. Skovoroda Kharkiv National Pedagogical University

Doctor of Law, Professor, Professor of the Department of State-Legal Disciplines, Criminal Law and Process, G. S. Skovoroda Kharkiv National Pedagogical University, Kharkiv, Ukraine

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Published

2021-09-30

How to Cite

Marchenko, V. (2021). SYSTEMATIZATION OF COMPONENTS OF COMPETENCE OF SUBJECTS OF FREE LEGAL AID PROVISION IN UKRAINE: ADMINISTRATIVE AND LEGAL ASPECT. Public Administration and Law Review, (3), 33–39. https://doi.org/10.36690/2674-5216-2021-3-33

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CHAPTER 2. LEGAL RELATIONS: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE