Public law is concerned with the relationship between citizens and companies on the one hand and government institutions on the other one. Public law rules are enacted to ensure the liberty and equality of citizens against "public authorities" and to provide the opportunity to correct or at least compensate unlawful government infringements upon civil, political, economic and social rights.
Public economic law - as a branch of public law - has as its central theme the relationships between entrepreneurs/enterprises and different government levels dealing with issues of subordination as well as with those of cooperation between private and State actors . Thus, the discipline is closely connected with private economic law - as the field of relationships between companies or businessmen - but also has strong relations to the spheres of international and European economic law which are both foundation and framework for national law rules.
Public law courses intend to provide students with basic knowledge upon the necessity, aims and boundaries of government interference on national as well as international economic transactions and, furthermore, explain the different juridical approaches and methods to solve legal problem in this particular field of law.
|VL Bau- und Planungsrecht (18.06.2013)|
|Zusatzmaterial - Einführung in das Recht (Wdh.) (05.06.2013)|
|Übungstermine im SS 2013 (02.04.2013)|
|Tagungsband Erneuerbare Energien erschienen (01.09.2011)|
|Verwendung von Rechtstexten in Prüfungen (Fassung 2011) (08.07.2011)|