Fachkonferenz

Rolle der Obersten Gerichtshöfe in Europäischen Verfassungssystemen: Zeit für Veränderung?

zusammen mit dem dem Obersten Gerichtshof der Tschechischen Republik

Das Oberste Verwaltungsgericht, das Internationale Institut für Politische Wissenschaften der Masaryk Universität Brno, die Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Prag und die Juristische Fakultät der Masaryk Universität Brno laden gemeinsam zur Konferenz ein.

Details

Programm

Wednesday, 22nd November

8.30Registration

9.00 Welcome speeches

Josef Baxa

president of the Supreme Administrative Court, Brno, Czech Republic

Petr Fiala

rector of the Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic

Stefan Gehrold

director of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, Prague

Office, Czech Republic

Jan Svatoň

dean of the Faculty of Law, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic

Janusz Trcziński

president of the Supreme Administrative Court, Warszawa, Poland

Clemens Jabloner

president of the Administrative Court, Vienna, Austria

10.30Coffee Break

11.00Panel 1

Chair Josef Baxa

president of the Supreme Administrative Court, Brno, Czech Republic

Role and Function of Supreme Court in a Multilevel Judicial System

Eckart Hien, president of the Federal Administrative Court, Leipzig, Germany

Ensuring Uniformity of the Interpretation and Application of Legislation in Slovakia

Michal Karabín, president of the Supreme Court, Bratislava, Slovakia

Administrative Court: Lithuanian Approach

Virgilijus Valančius, president of the Supreme Administrative Court, Vilnius, Lithuania

_Role of the Court of First Instance of the European Communities Today and in the Future

Irena Pelikánová, judge at the Court of First Instance, Luxembourg_

12.20Discussion

12.30Lunch break with buffet

14.00Panel 2

Chair Václav Novotný

president of the Tax and Financial division of the Supreme Administrative Court, Brno, Czech Republic

Supreme Court – Supreme Justice?

Otakar Motejl, Public Defender of Rights, Brno, Czech Republic

A Few Notes to the Role of the Czech Constitutional Judiciary in Protecting

Constitutionally Guaranteed Rights and Freedoms

Pavel Rychetský, president of the Constitutional Court, Brno, Czech Republic

Paper of a delegate of the Supreme Court, Brno, Czech Republic

The Phantom of the Judicial Reform and the Original Purpose of the Czech Civil Procedure

Pavel Holländer, vice-president of the Constitutional Court, Brno, Czech Republic

Administrative Justice in Double Perspective: Legal Fitter's View

Michal Mazanec, vice-president of the Supreme Administrative Court, Brno, Czech Republic

15.40Discussion

16.00Coffee Break

16.30Panel 3

Chair Marie Součková

president of the Social Security division of the Supreme Administrative Court, Brno, Czech Republic

Role of the Supreme Judiciary Bodies in the early 21st Century

Zdeněk Kühn, associate professor at the Faculty of Law, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

Who Fears the Rule of Judges?

Jan Kysela, lecturer at the Faculty of Law, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

Mass Media Reflection on Courts’ Decision-making in Crucial Affairs

Václav Vlk, barrister, Prague, Czech Republic

Supreme Administrative Court – Guarantor of Public Administration’s Legality in the Czech Republic

Filip Dienstbier, lecturer at the Faculty of Law, Palacký University, Olomouc, Czech Republic

17.50Discussion

19.30Banquet, restaurant Besední dům, Husova 20

Thursday, 23rd November

9.00Panel 4

Chair Vojtěch Šimíček

judge at the Supreme Administrative Court, Brno, Czech Republic

Persisting Trends in the Function of Courts and Difficulties of their Removal

Eliška Wagnerová, vice-president of the Constitutional Court, Brno, Czech Republic

What the First Instance and Appeal Courts’ Judges Expect and Need from the Supreme Court?

Jan Vyklický, president of Honor of the Czech Union of Judges, Czech Republic

European Court of Human Rights and its Position in Contemporary Europe

Karel Jungwiert, judge at the European Court of Human Rights, Strasbourg, France

Of Time Limits and Restoration of International, European and Constitutional Judges’ Mandate

Jiří Malenovský, judge at the European Court of Justice, Luxembourg

10.20Discussion

10.30Coffee Break

11.00Panel 5

Chair Michal Mazanec

vice-president of the Supreme Administrative Court, Brno, Czech Republic

Judicial Hierarchy – Futurological Meditation

Karel Čermák, former Minister of Justice of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic

Administrative Justice – quo vadis?

Vladimír Mikule, associate professor at the Faculty of Law, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

Weighing Interests and Norms in Supreme Courts’ Decision-making

Petr Hajn, professor at the Faculty of Law, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic

12.00Discussion

12.20Concluding Remarks

Josef Baxa

president of the Supreme Administrative Court, Brno, Czech Republic

12.30 Closing the Conference

We kindly ask invited guests to confirm their participation at the conference no later

than 3rd of November 2006, by filling in the attached questionnaire and sending it

preferably via e-mail to vera.sedlackova@nssoud.cz or by fax to +420 542 532 364.

We would like to publish all papers presented at the conference as a proceedings volume.

Therefore, as well as for the interpretation purposes, the organizers kindly

ask all invited speakers to send the texts of their papers by e-mail to

vojtech.simicek@nssoud.cz until 17th of November 2006 at the latest.

Zum Kalender hinzufügen

Veranstaltungsort

Oberstes Verwaltungsgericht, Brno, Moravské náměstí 6

Kontakt

Dr. jur. Stefan Gehrold

Dr. jur

(in Elternzeit)

stefan.gehrold@kas.de
Rolle der Obersten Gerichtshöfe in Europäischen Verfassungssystemen_ Zeit für Veränderung?