Constitutional and administrative law are two key fields of public law, and concern the relationships between different organs of the state and the rights of citizens. This course will provide students with insights into the main features and functions of constitutions worldwide, and into key concepts in constitutional law in general, but also enable them to focus on one particular issue of constitutional law. It will also introduce students to the main principles of administrative law, and to a number of key fields, like migration and environmental law. Next to writing essays and analyzing case law students will conduct a project and a mini-internship in the field of constitutional and administrative law.
- Professor: Barbara Oomen