Veranika V. Saskevich, PhD (Candidate of Sciences) in Law

Veranika V. SaskevichIn 2002 she graduated from Law Faculty of the Belarusian State University with honours.

She is currently an Associate Professor at the Department of Environmental and Agrarian Law (Belarusian State University, Law Faculty).

She started her career as a leading expert of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. Since 2004 she has been working as a lecturer, associate professor at the Department of Environmental and Agrarian Law.

Her research interests lie in the areas of Environmental Law, Land Law, Agrarian Law.

She lectures in Agrarian Law; Foundations of Ecology and Energy-Saving; Foundations of Law.

From 2002 till 2005 she took a post-graduate course in Environmental Law, Land Law, Agrarian Law. In 2008 she was awarded PhD in Law for the research «Legal regime of industry, transport, communication, energy sector lands».

The total number of publications is more than 25.

Selected publications:
• Industry, transport, communication, energy sector lands: the main features of management // The Belarusian State University Journal. Series 3: History, Philosophy, Psychology, Political Science, Sociology, Economics, Law. – 2006. – № 1. – P. 106 – 110.
The main features of the non-agricultural land management, the system and the competence of the management bodies, the citizen participation in the non-agricultural land management are considered.

• Constitutional bases of regulation of land relations // The Constitutional Court Journal. – 2005. – № 2. – P. 145 – 150.
The Belarusian land legislation has to be based on the constitutional provisions. The purpose of this article is to show some legal problems of land law regulation and to offer the ways for their solving according to the Constitution of the Republic of Belarus and needs of the modern Belarusian society.

• Legal supply of sustainable development of the Republic of Belarus / T. Makarava, V. Lizgara, N. Shynhel, N. Hubskaya, A. Maroz, V. Saskevich // Vesnik of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno. Series 4. "Jurisprudence". – 2011. – № 1 (109). – Р. 58–75.
The article is dedicated to the research of the legal basis of the sustainable development in the Belarusian legal system. An analytical review of international agreements that establish the principles of sustainable development have been given. Much attention in the paper has been paid to the questions on establishing in national legislation the principles mentioned. Various aspects of legal support for sustainable development in the Republic of Belarus are considered in the article. The scientifically grounded proposals on the perfection of Belarusian legislation has been formed.