Study programme and level
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Definition and demarcation of concepts of administrative Law (formation, development, classification), administration, state administration, public administration. Sources of administrative law and their relevance to the work of the administration. Case law as a basis for the work of the administration. Administrative law norms and instruments (types, the hierarchy and dependence). Consistency of administrative norms and regulations. Specific questions of the legality of the adoption of individual administrative acts. The role of the public administration in the protection of human rights and its constitutional aspects.
This course aims to acquaint students the concept and development of administrative law and its core institutes. The course deals primarily with issues relating to sources of administrative law, the formation and use of administrative norms governing not only abstract and concrete administrative relations, but also all those issues which are important for proper legal and legitimate function of the public administration in the execution of its functions at the local and state level. Special attention is paid to addressing the compliance of administrative norms with higher norms and addressing the specific problems of legality (discretion, undefined legal concepts, legal lacunae) in the issuance of administrative norms. It will address the issues related to the role of the administration in the implementation of human rights and forms of judicial review of acts of the administration.