Welcome on Board!
We are happy to welcome to our Editorial Board two distinguished colleagues, prominent scholars, and qualified experts in our journal’s scope.
Let me cordially introduce Prof. Joanna Mucha, who joins the Access to Justice in Eastern Europe Editorial Board as a Member!
Joanna Mucha is a Doctor Habilit. and a Full Professor at the Civil Proceedings Department of the Law Faculty and Administration of the University of Adam Mickiewicz in Poznań, Poland, and the head of Postgraduate Study in Restructuring and Bankruptcy Law at AMU. Prof. Mucha serves as the head of the Mediation Support Center at the Faculty of Law and Administration of AMU, and she manages the research project ‘Implementation of the principle of the best interests of the child in mediation in matters relating to the exercise of parental responsibility and contacts’ (2020-2021). She also coordinates an international research project on the position of mediators on the inclusion of children in mediation from Polish, Ukrainian, and Lithuanian perspectives (in progress) and participates as a contractor in the research project ‘Implementation of the rules of civil procedure in the light of the current changes in the Code of Civil Procedure’ (2021-2022). Prof. Mucha is an author of publications in the area of civil procedure and ADR.
Prof. Mucha is a member of the European Association of Judges for Mediation GEMME and a member of the Consultative Council at the Wielkopolska Center for Arbitration and Mediation.
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Another colleague from Ukraine will join our board – Melnyk Roman, professor at the Law School, M. Narikbayev KAZGUU University, Astana, Kazakhstan. Prof. Melnyk is a Doctor of Legal Science, Full Professor, Academician of the Academy of Administrative and Legal Sciences, an expert in administrative law and procedure, the OSCE Project Coordinator in Ukraine on Administrative Law Issues (2014, 2016, 2018, 2019), GIZ expert on the project ‘Promoting the rule of law in Central Asia countries’ (2019, 2020), head of the scientific group from Ukraine on the German-Ukrainian project ‘Functional conditions of the third (judicial) branch of power’ (2018-2020), and an expert on the European Union project ‘Pravo Justice’ (2020-2021).
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Welcome on board!