A Comparative View on the Judiciary in the modern Rechtsstaat/Negara Hukum - the Example of Germany

Contribution to the course Indonesian Judiciary

13.05.22

Semester 2, 2021/22 (IUP); Wednesday, 18.05. and 25.05., 15:00 - 17:30, online via Zoom

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First lecture on Wednesday, 18.05.2022, 15:00 - 17:30:
Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83993267957?pwd=QmlkWkxrL0lYR3ExZDMrUVFpeUFiZz09
Meeting ID: 839 9326 7957
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Second lecture on Wednesday, 25.05.2022, 15:00 - 17:30:
Zoom meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89942014518?pwd=wLZW10y_UlAXTVe_eP5IHLknE5JUYk.1
Meeting ID: 899 4201 4518
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Course material (with bibliographical references and links to relevant internet resources)

Contents

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I. Introduction

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II. History and structure of the German judiciary

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III. The judiciary in the German system of separation of powers

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IV.The mission of the judiciary under the rule of law

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V. The independence of the judiciary in Germany

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VI. How to become a judge in Germany

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VII. Working in the German judiciary

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VIII. Conclusion: the role of the judiciary in a modern constitutional state based on separation of powers and the rule of law

 

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