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Opolskie Studia Administracyjno-Prawne
Opole Legal and Administrative Studies

Publishing House: Uniwersytet Opolski
Subject(s): Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence
Frequency: 4 issues
ISSN: 1731-8297
Status: Active

  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
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  • Issue No. 2/X
  • Issue No. 3/X
  • Issue No. 4/X
  • Issue No. 1/XI
  • Issue No. 2/XI
  • Issue No. 3/XI
  • Issue No. 4/XI
  • Issue No. 1/XII
  • Issue No. 2/XII
  • Issue No. 3/XII
  • Issue No. 4/XII
  • Issue No. 1/XIII
  • Issue No. 2/XIII
  • Issue No. 3/XIII
  • Issue No. 4/XIII
  • Issue No. 1/XIV
  • Issue No. 2/XIV
  • Issue No. 3/XIV
  • Issue No. 4 (1)/XIV
  • Issue No. 4 (2)/XIV
  • Issue No. 1/XV
  • Issue No. 2/XV
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Short Description

The Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Opole started publishing a scientific journal, entitled "Opole Administration and Legal Studies" in 2003. The journal was a yearbook until 2011 but is currently published as a quarterly. The journal is addressed to lawyers, people interested in administrative law and historians of the state and law. The columns of the magazine are a forum for the exchange of ideas in both the theoretical and practical scopes of the most widely understood legal and administrative questions. We also publish reviews of the most important books from the aforementioned fields as well as reports on the international conferences that take place in Poland. The International Scientific Council, which consists of unquestionable authorities, is the key element that ensures the propitious prospects of the paper. The Faculty of Law and Administration was established at the University of Opole in 2006 as a successor to the previously functioning Interdepartmental Institute of Law and Administration. Today, we educate leaders ready to face the challenges of today in three majors – law, administration and internal security. The lawyers of tomorrow – counselors and negotiators – equipped not only with dry legal knowledge, but also with an understanding of the principles of business and government. The Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Opole has a staff that includes judges, attorneys at law, advocates, tax advisers and government employees, all of whom are experts who know their profession not only from the classroom but also from practice. Through our unique program of clinical education, students who are already in the learning process use theirs newly acquired skills in practice under the supervision of experienced lawyers to provide legal assistance to the local community.