LAW202 Administrative Law II

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Course Code Course Title Weekly Hours* ECTS Weekly Class Schedule
T P
LAW202 Administrative Law II 3 1 5 Monday 11-13.00 Wednesday 10.-11.00
Prerequisite It is a prerequisite to
Lecturer Amel Delić Office Hours / Room / Phone
E-mail adelic@ius.edu.ba
Assistant Assistant E-mail
Course Objectives This required course complements, completes, and reinforces the instructional materials in LAW 201, Admin. Law I. Five themes covered in the course are: (1) influence of const'l structure on admin. law, (2) admin. independence, (3) influence of norms on admin. law, (4) the relationship between admin. litigation and admin. law, and (5) locating the boundaries of the state with respect to admin. law.
Textbook Reading 1: SIGMA, The Principles of Public Administration - overview, SIGMA, Paris, 2017 Reading 2: Cardona, F, Integrating National Administrations into the European Administrative Space, SIGMA, Budva, 2009 Reading 3: Uguz & Saygili, Europeanization of Administrative Structure: An Assessment in The Case of Turkey, IUS, 2016, pp 209-220 Reading 4: Davitkovski & Pavlovska-Daneva, The EAS as a Challenge for PAR in the R Macedonia, CCPA, Zagreb, 2010, pp 127-146 Reading 5: Local Authorities in Turkey, Ministry of Interior of Republic of Turkey, Ankara, 2011, pp. 4-25 Reading 6: Delić, Tanović & Begić, Human Resource Management in The Civil Service of Bosnia and Herzegovina..., IUS, 2016, pp 554-584 Reading 7: Koprić et al., Legal Remedies in Administrative Procedures in Western Balkans, ReSPA, Danilovgad, 2016, pp 15-68 Reading 8: United Nations - DESA, Rethinking Public Administration: an Overview, United Nations, 1998, Chapter 13, pp 136-145 Reading 9: United Nations - DESA, Rethinking Public Administration: an Overview, United Nations, 1998, Chapter 14, pp 146-156 Reading 10: United Nations - DESA, Rethinking Public Administration: an Overview, United Nations, 1998, Chapter 15, pp 157-165 Reading 11: Rose-Ackerman and Lindseth, eds., Comparative Administrative Law, Edward Elgar, 2010, pp 415-425 Reading 12: Jeremy Millard et al., E-Government Analysis: From E- to Open Government, ReSPA, Danilovgrad, 2015, pp 22-33 Reading 13: Delić, A, Contemporary administrative concepts and practices, 2020
Learning Outcomes After successful  completion of the course, the student will be able to:
  1. remember the learning outcomes this course seeks to achieve
  2. understand the five themes that animate this course, along with the various topics tied to each theme
  3. intelligibly apply the themes and topics in his or her own work in this course
  4. intelligibly analyze and evaluate the themes, topics, and other ideas emanating from this course
Teaching Methods The course will involve a combination of lectures, class discussions, case studies, legal writing and analysis, video materials and student papers.
WEEK TOPIC REFERENCE
Week 1 Housekeping, including review of this syllabus and assignment of first readings
Week 2 Purpose and Role of State. State Powers with emphasis on Administrative Power Class materials
Week 3 Principles of Public Administration and Administrative Law. SIGMA Principles of Public Administration (1) Reading 1
Week 4 Principles of Public Administration and Administrative Law. SIGMA Principles of Public Administration (2) Reading 1
Week 5 European Administrative Space Reading 2
Week 6 Application of the Administrative Principles in National Legal Systems (Case studies: Turkey and North Macedonia) Reading 3 and 4
Week 7 MIDTERM EXAM "Covers the preceding materials"
Week 8 Local and Regional Administrative Authorities Reading 5
Week 9 Human Resource Management in the Civil Service Reading 6
Week 10 Administrative Procedure (Comparison of General Administrative Procedure Acts) - 1 Reading 7
Week 11 Administrative Procedure (Comparison of General Administrative Procedure Acts) - 2 Reading 7
Week 12 Administrative and Financial Accountability and Control in Public Administration Reading 8 & 9
Week 13 Administrative Abuse and Remedies Reading 10 &11
Week 14 Contemporary Administrative Concepts and Practices Reading 12 & 13
Week 15 Summarizing the Semester and Preparation for the for Final Exam
Assessment Methods and Criteria Evaluation Tool Quantity Weight Alignment with LOs
Final Exam 1 30 2 to 4
Semester Evaluation Compenents
Midterm Exam 1 30 1 to 3
Quizzes (announced and unannounced) 2 10 1 to 4
Term paper (W, P & D) 1 20 2 to 4
Class participation 14 10 1 to 4
***     ECTS Credit Calculation     ***
 Activity Hours Weeks Student Workload Hours Activity Hours Weeks Student Workload Hours
Lecture Hours 3 15 45 Term Paper 10 1 10
Quizzes 5 2 10
Home study 3 15 45
Midterm 15 1 15
        Total Workload Hours = 125
*T= Teaching, P= Practice ECTS Credit = 5
Course Academic Quality Assurance: Semester Student Survey Last Update Date: 19/03/2020
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