Maryia Miashchanava, PhD

Maryia Miashchanava
In 1994 graduated from the Law Faculty of the Belarusian State University with honors.

From 1995 to 2001 worked at the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Belarus, Department of International Law, as a chief expert.
In 1996 took a postgraduate course at the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Belarus. In 1998 defended the thesis «Correlation between Private International Law and Public International Law».

Since 1999 has been with the Department of Civil Law (Belarusian State University, Law Faculty) as a lecturer, currently – an associate professor.

Took part in a number of the international projects:
• from April 2008 to May 2010 – in the TEMPUS-project “Elaboration of the New Curriculum in the Field of the European Economic Law”;
• from April to July 2011 – in the Joint Project of UNDP in Belarus and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus “Assisting the Government of the Republic of Belarus in accession to the WTO through strengthening institutional capacity and expertise”;
• from August to September 2011 – in the Erasmus Mundus Action (European Community Mobility Programme);
In 2011 was a visiting professor at the Vilnius University (Lithuania).

Currently she is:
Mediator of the International Economic Court (Community of Independent States).
Member of Presidium of the International Court of Arbitration "Chamber of Arbitrators under the Union of Lawyers".

Scientific interests are connected with the Civil Law, International Private Law, European Law and legal regulation of the internal market of the European Union. Published more than 50 scientific papers.

Recent publications:

1. Civil Law: textbook in 3 volumes Volume 3. Minsk, 2011. – 560 p. (co-authored).

2. Civil Law: textbook in 3 volumes Volume 2. Minsk, 2010. – 960 p. (co-authored).

3. Contemporary Approaches to the Determination of Suitable Law in the International Trade Contracts / Minsk, 2010. – P. 145-147.

The most notable publications:

1. Legal Regulation of the Internal Market of the European Union / Minsk, 2010. –134 p.
The book is devoted to the legal issues of the internal market including basic regulation of the Customs Union and European freedoms. This paper is based on the cases of the European Court of Justice.

2. Correlation between International Private Law and International Economic Law / Minsk, 1998. – P. 42-47.
This article deals with the issue of preference of International Economic Law as part of Public International Law and its impact on the Private International Law. The conclusions are based on the analysis of the international experience of the Republic of Belarus.

3. Significance of Basic International Law Principles for the International Private Law / Minsk, 1998. – P. 4-8.
The paper deals with the issue of correlation between Private International Law and Public International Law. Examples of influence of fundamental international law principles on the positive development of Private International Law are studied. Universal and local jus cogens are focused on.

4. In Reference to the Question of Supplementary Application of UNIDROIT Principles to the International Trade Transactions in case the Obligation is in Foreign Currency / Minsk, 2005. – P. 21-28.
This article is devoted to the problem of the supplementary application of UNIDROIT Principles to the International Trade Transactions in the sphere of recovery of interest. The legislation of the Republic of Belarus does not regulate this problem in case the obligation is in foreign currency.

5. Conflict Rules in European Union Law and in the Legislation of the Republic of Belarus / Minsk, 2008. – P. 210-218.
This paper is based on the comparison of the national conflict rules and the conflict rules included in the Regulation Rom I. The aim of this research is to show progressive features in the development of Private International Law.

6. Legal Regulation in the Sphere of the Movement of Capital between Member-States of the EU and the Third Countries / Minsk, 2008. – P. 161-163.
This paper is closely connected with the problem of liberalization of the movement of capital between member states of the EU and the third countries. The author focused on the grounds of justified derogations to the free movement of capital.

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