Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University (NLU) is the leading provider of law education in Ukraine. The NLU has more than 14,000 students. Entrance is very competitive and the NLU produces graduates of the highest quality. The upper levels of the legal profession are well represented by graduates of the NLU. Members of staff participated in the development of the constitution of Ukraine. Currently, there are members of academic staff acting as advisors for various commissions of the parliament of Ukraine.
The NLU is the centre for coordination of legal education throughout the law faculties of Ukraine. The goal of the University is to remain the leading provider of law education in Ukraine. With partners in Germany, Spain, UK, Ireland, Sweden, France and USA, the University has participated in a number of international projects in recent years. Through earlier successful Tempus projects, the University has acquired crucial expertise and experience in producing learning materials, adopting new patterns of teaching and introducing Western law concepts into the curriculum.
Since 2014 NLU and Mykolas Romeris University (Vilnius, Lithuania) realize Joint LLM Programmes "International Law" and "European and International Business Law". The University Development Strategy is aimed at modernization and reforms, which correspond to contemporary integration and globalization processes, to the requirements for the transition to a post-industrial civilization, which will ensure sustainable development, promote the integration into European and world higher education area.