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Archived Curricula Guide 2011–2012
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Public Law

Teaching in Public Law consists mainly of Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, and Legal Theory. Financial Administration Law, International and European Law and Information Law are important new subjects of study. The goal of the Department is teaching is to give students the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required for administrative decision-making processes and for the interpretation and application of public law provisions.

Research in the field of Public Law has been lively, wide-ranging and diverse in methodology. One goal of research has been to put normative information in its social and operative contexts. In recent years research has centred on general administrative law, social legislation and financial administration law has also increased markedly. Questions relating to European law and information constitute the newest research fields.

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