05-309 Law for Management
first cycle professional study programme (Bachelor degree) Management
Course Supervisor: Assist. Prof. Katarina Krapež
- The purpose of the course is that students acquire basic knowledge about sources of law in the Republic of Slovenia, the Slovenian legal system and main state institutions and their competences. The Slovene legal system is also presented as a part of an international legal framework with particular emphasis on EU law and institutions.
Content (Syllabus outline)
- Introduction to law: the concept of law and its function in a society, development of law, systemisation of law, basic notions of the Slovene court system.
- General legal terms: legal norm (rule), legal instrument (act), legal sources; subjects in law (physical persons and legal persons); legal relationship (existence and types).
- Slovenian constitutional law: the constitution as a basic legal act, its meaning and structure, general principles.
- Introduction to international and EU law: international legal framework, European integration processes, sources of EU law, EU institutions, general principles of EU law.
- Administrative law basics: general principles and institutes of administrative substantive and procedural law.
- Introduction to civil law: general principles and institutes of civil law and civil proceedings, enforcement of rights and their judicial protection.
- General principles of property law: general principles of property law,
legal sources, rights and registers.