Checking date: 17/05/2019


Course: 2019/2020

Administrative law: procedure and judicial review
(13944)
Study: Bachelor in Law (206)


Coordinating teacher: VIDA FERNANDEZ, JOSE

Department assigned to the subject: Department of Public State Law

Type: Compulsory
ECTS Credits: 6.0 ECTS

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Students are expected to have completed
Constitucion and sources of law system Basic institutions of administrative law
Competences and skills that will be acquired and learning results. Further information on this link
1. Identifying and applying the law governing public administration bodies, and its constitutional context. 2. Getting a sector-based knowledge of the legal instruments and the regulatory tools included in the different courses included in the Administrative Law curriculum. 3. Dealing with Administrative Law laws and regulations: finding, interpreting and applying the legal rules in this field. 4. Getting the ability to abstract thinking and understanding the legal concepts pertaining to governmental agencies, and applying them to real cases.
Description of contents: programme
I. PECULIARITIES OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION AND ITS RELATIONS WITH THE JUDICIARY Lesson 1. Subjects in the legal-administrative relationships. Lesson 2. Forms of administrative action and their classification. Lesson 3. Self-enforcement powers in Administrative Law II. FORMAL ACTIVITY OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATIONS Lesson 4. Administrative procedure: Concept, legal regulation and characteristics. Lesson 5. Administrative procedure: Phases and the obligation to respond. Lesson 6. Administrative resolutions: Concept, types and elements Lesson 7. Administrative resolutions: Legal Validity, legal effectiveness and enforcement. Lesson 8. Internal control to the administrative activity. III. EXTERNAL CONTROL OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITY Lesson 9. Judicial control of the administrative activity: General elements Lesson 10. Judicial control of the administrative activity: Procedures, appeals and enforcement of judgments
Learning activities and methodology
The learning process is based on a practice-oriented education. Therefore, regular lectures will be supplemented with in-class analysis and discussion of cases and materials, which will facilitate the understanding and application of the legal concepts. The teaching activities are divided into "lecture type" sessions (for the whole group) and case-oriented sessions or discussion groups (in small rooms). The activities carried out in small groups are subject to the "on-going" or continuing evaluation during the course. 1. In the lecturing sessions, the professor will present the main concepts and ideas, pertaining to each of the units or lessons in which the syllabus is divided. 2. Case-oriented sessions will provide a practical approach to the different topics, through the analysis and discussion of real cases or selected reading materials. In the small groups, the curricular activities might also include "multiple choice" tests or other types of exams, covering a part of the course program. Those activities will be duly announced by the professor in the "Aula Global" website.
Assessment System
  • % end-of-term-examination 60
  • % of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals...) 40
Basic Bibliography
  • Luciano Parejo Alfonso. Lecciones de Derecho Administrativo. Tirant lo Blanch. 2019
  • Tomás de la Quadra-Salcedo; José Vida Fernández, José Luis Peñaranda. Derecho Administrativo para Grado. Opencourseware, http://ocw.uc3m.es/derecho-administrativo/organizacion-actividad-aapp . 2015
Recursos electrónicosElectronic Resources *
Additional Bibliography
  • Juan Alfonso Santamaría Pastor. Principios de Derecho Administrativo General. Iustel. 2019
  • Miguel Sánchez Morón. Derecho Administrativo: Parte General. Tecnos. 2019
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