Elena A. Svadkovskaya, PhD

Elena A. Svadkovskaya Personal information:
Born in 1980 in Minsk. Graduated from the Law Faculty of the Belarusian State University in 2002.

Started her professional career as a junior researcher of the staff of the Institute of
State and Law of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus.
In 2004 she defended the thesis “The conclusion of civil contract on a mandatory basis” and was awarded PhD in Law (Candidate of Sciences).

From 2005 to 2009 she managed the department of Civil Law of the Institute of

State and Law of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus.

She was conferred the title of an Associate Professor in 2008.

Currently she is a chief specialist of the Scientific and Practical Centre of the General Office of Public Prosecutor.

She combines practical work with teaching at the Law Faculty of the Belarusian State University.

She has been with the Civil Law Department since 2003 as a junior lecturer, lecturer, an associate professor.

She published more than 70 scientific papers.

Courses taught:
Civil Law, Contract in Civil Law, Fundamentals of Intellectual Property Management.

Recent publications:
1. Discharge of obligations (chapter 26) / Civil law in 3 volumes. V.2: Textbook. Minsk, 2010.

2. Prosecutors’ check of the implementation of laws on tax control by tax bodies: methodical recommendations (co-authotred). Minsk, 2010.

The most notable publications:
1. Conclusion of compulsory license contract / Civil legislation. Articles. Comments. Practice. Part 22. Аlmaty, 2005.
The paper provides legal characteristic to compulsory license contract. The merits of legal regulations connected with the relations arising from this contract are defined.

2. Conclusion of civil contract with deviation from principle of the freedom of a contract. – Minsk, 2006, 262 p.
The paper deals with the system of civil contracts concluded in deviation of the principle of freedom of a contract. Concrete recommendations to perfect the civil legislation on contracts concluded on a mandatory basis are submitted.