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About us Faculty of Law Organization Departments Constitutional Law, Administrative Law and Public Administration Research


Within the department of Constitutional Law, Administrative Law and Public Administration, researchers from diverse disciplines collaborate closely. The unique aspect of our department lies in the collaborative efforts between legal scholars specializing in constitutional and administrative law, and social science researchers specializing in administrative science and sociology of law.

Our department's strength lies in conducting classical legal-dogmatic research in the fields of constitutional and administrative law, both at the national and international levels, and in combining legal perspectives with social science perspectives, allowing us to understand how the law operates in practice.

Our research encompasses a wide range of societal topics, including dispute resolution, citizenship, digitilisaation, climate legislation, complex decision-making, environmental law and decentralization processes in the social domain. By addressing these areas, we aim to contribute valuable insights into the functioning of law in contemporary society.

The department participates in the following Faculty research programmes:

In terms of its content, the department’s research links up with the University interdisciplinary schools:

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