Study programme and level
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Enrollment into the first year.
Content (Syllabus outline)
Law development in historic environment.
Law in antiquity.
Feudalism and the law.
Early modern state and absolutism.
Law in the bourgeois state.
Recent legal history (20th century).
Legal aspects of Slovenia’s independence.
Excerpts from the civil and criminal law.
Objectives and competences
The course introduces students into properly understanding certain basic historical legal documents that were prerequisites for the development of our contemporary legal civilization.
Intended learning outcomes
Knowledge and understanding:
Students study historical reasons for the creation of specific laws and their change, which allows them to better understand contemporary events in the area of law; study the historical development of basic legal concepts, institutions and procedures in certain legal areas, what enables them to more creatively and critically evaluate the specific positive laws.
Learning and teaching methods
Lectures with students’ active participation; discussing specific historical legal documents at the tutorials.
Type (examination, oral, coursework, project):
Associate professor of legal theory and constitutional law.
Ph.D. in Law from the Ljubljana University Faculty of Law, LL.M. from Georgetown University Law Center, U.S.
More than ten years a legal advisor at the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia.