Comparative Administrative Law HS 2017

General Information

Course Number: 1397
Time:

Wednesday, 08.00-09:45; every 2-3 Weeks

Room: RAI-J-031
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Felix Uhlmann
General Description:

Comparative analysis of the following topics of Administrative Law:

1. Legal Sources
2. Private – Public Law Divide
3.
Administrative Action
4. Judicial Review and Administrative Discretion
5. Administrative Law Principles: Legality,
Public Interest and Proportionality
6. Administrative Law Principles:
Legitimate Expectations
7. Standards of Good Administration

 

The course looks into the rules of Administrative Law from a comparative perspective. Problems that may arise in the administrative context are illustrated by cases and other materials. Students are asked to comment on these cases and compare them – if possible – to their own legal background.

Course Materials: See details in program. Slides and other course materials will be available on this website (see below).
Exam:

Participation in Class (33 % of final grade); Exam at the End of Semester (oral) on Dec. 20th and Dec. 21st.

CAL Timetable Oral Exams (PDF, 179 KB)

Program:

Course Materials

Course Materials will be available at least a week before class.

27.09.2017
Slides:
04.10.2017
Slides:
 
Other Materials:

Art. 7 Federal Act on the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority:

 
Dutch General Administrative Law Act:
11.10.2017
Slides:
 
Cases:
 
 
Further Reading (optional):
01.11.2017
Slides:
 
Cases and other Materials:
Chapter 4.1 (Decisions) and 4.3 (Policy Rules); Art. 4:36
 
 
 
Further Reading (optional):
 
15.11.2017
 
 
29.11.2017
06.12.2017
20.12.2017