Another BIP course successfully COMPLETED at the Faculty of Law

Another BIP course successfully COMPLETED at the  Faculty of Law HU
For the second time, ELTE Faculty of Law successfully conducted the German-language Comparative Administrative Procedural Law Erasmus+ Blended Intensive Program (BIP), titled "Verwaltungsgerichtsbarkeit, Gerichtverwaltung und das Recht auf effektiven Rechtsschutz" (Administrative Jurisdiction, Court Administration, and the Right to Effective Legal Protection). This program was organized by the Department of Administrative Law.

This year, in addition to students from ELTE Faculty of Law, participants included students from Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań (Poland) and the University of Passau (Germany). The five-day program was preceded by online teamwork, during which students analyzed various topics of administrative procedural law using comparative legal methods. Topics included the scope of judicial review, the timeliness of procedures, and interim legal protection. During the in-person week, students presented their findings to the other participants, which was followed by lively debates.

In addition to the student presentations, students’ supervisors, professors—Meinhard Schröder, Wojciech Piatek, and Krisztina Rozsnyai—also gave lectures. The academic program was complemented by visits to the Curia (Supreme Court) and the Parliament. Beyond these, there were opportunities for sightseeing and establishing new connections during joint meals and social events.

The BIP course and the short-term mobility it entails offer an excellent opportunity not only to become acquainted with foreign cultures but also to study, compare, and understand each other's legal systems. This, in turn, facilitates a deeper comprehension and appreciation of our own culture and legal system. We hope that this initiative will continue next year, allowing ELTE Faculty of Law students to travel abroad as part of the BIP course.