V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University is one of the oldest classical universities in Eastern Europe. KhNU has trained and employed three Nobel Prize laureates: biologist I. Mechnikov, economist S. Kuznets and physicist L. Landau. Since 2003 KhNU has the highest status of a self-governing national university, and in 2010 it became an educational-research institution. It employs up to 1,500 faculty and research staff, including more than 1200 PhDs and full professors. Today the University has 20 Faculties and 125 Departments, including Faculty of Law. The priority for KhNU as well as Faculty of Law is an ensuring of human rights and freedoms, dissemination of European values, standards and democratic principles in Ukraine. Several professors of the faculty were involved in scientific researches in the field of ADR.
KhNU hosts regional manager for Ukraine.