CREDITS 2 (LV) 3 (ECTS) - 30 Contact Hours

The course is intended to provide an introduction in administrative law. The course describes the general subjects of administrative law including such topics as contrasts between public and private law, rule of law, separation of powers and judicial review.

Similarly the course will focus on new challenges that the development of new technologies brings to administrative bodies. In order to enhance the understanding of difficulties that the new technologies have brought to the everyday operation of administrative bodies the course includes a practical exercise – simulation of cyber crisis.

Due to the excessive influence of European Union level law in national systems of administrative law, the course also introduces on how European Union law is amending some of the basic aspects of public and administrative law of its Member States and how legal practitioners can apply European Union law in national legal order. The course presents vital and practical picture on the relationship between national and European Union law.

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