The Department of Administrative Law is concerned with governmental processes, and governmental rights and obligations. Research is carried out in the Faculty of Law’s Research Centre for State and Law.
The Department of Administrative Law plays a part in the Faculty of Law’s Research Centre for State and Law (SteR).
Due to its lectures and seminars, the Department of Administrative Law provides a solid administrative basis for future lawyers. During the Bachelor’s phase, the department offers the following courses: Constitutional and Administrative Law, Administrative Law and Administrative Procedural Law I and Administrative Law and Administrative Procedural Law II. The following courses are taught during the Master’s phase: Advanced Administrative Law, Advanced Constitutional Law, American Constitutional Law and Municipal Law.