06-309 Legal Systems
first cycle academic study programme (Bachelor degree) Management
Course Supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Danila Djokić
Understand: general legal principles, institutes and systems, used in SI, EU and on the global – world level; distinguish between legal branches, their basic characteristics, their meaning and their consequences; understand the foundations of the acquis and the system; the importance of legal sources and the hierarchy of legal sources; the meaning and the meaning of legal entities and companies; the importance of international and European law for the Slovenian legal order; the meaning of the constitutional law and order of the state and organisation of state on the local level and on the national level; the basics of the debtor-creditor relations;
- The systemization of law- basic classifications: continental law-common law; public law - private law; substantive law-procedural law; international law-state law.
- Insights into different legal systems, discussion on their characteristics and differences.
- Legal entities: characteristics of legal entities and natural persons, legal and business capacity of legal entities and systematization of legal entities.
- Sources of law : characteristics and classification. Legal acts and administrative acts, customs, ethics and morality.
- Legal branches and their basic characteristics with emphasis on two groups: 1) Constitutional, Administrative and EU Law, 2) Contract law and Business law in the framework of the Civil Law.
- Constitution Law, EU law and Administrative Law. The concept and importance of constitutional law. EU law and its implementation in the legal order of the state. Administrative bodies and institutions and their responsibilities at local and national level.