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The Visit to Constitutional Court

Author: Lan Hương Phạm Ngọc, published: 08/04/2015 15:57 | 0 comments

The visit to Constitutional Court as a part of Institutional Visits was organised by ELSA Brno and was realised on 8th April 2015. The participants were not only students of Faculty of Law of Masaryk University but also students of Faculty of Law of Palacký University. The main purpose was to provide interesting and piquant information about the institution directly from the source and a tour around the building as well.

After passing through security check, the participants were led to the main courtroom where the presentation was held by Mgr. et Mgr. Ľubomír Majerčík, LL.M., a Chief of Analytic Department. The presentation was not a classic lecture or interpretation of professional literature and individual internet articles but it was rather based on giving practical experiences and interesting cases related to the field of Constitutional Court. Then, students were introduced to actual cases, for example regarding the adoption of a child of partner, compulsory vaccination etc. They were also introduced analytical activities and other departments that are held in Constitutional Court and students were also informed about the composition of the plenum of CC or the requirements for selections of its members. The history of constitutional jurisprudence of Czechoslovakia with a lot of blank spaces could not be left out. Constitutional Court was not constantly active during these blank spaces. During the lecture, the given questions were immediately answered.

Out of evaluations, which were given to the participants after the event, we realised that the visit was very positively evaluated and students were satisfied with the interpretation of the speaker. The biggest benefits were interesting things about activities of Constitutional Court, information of its workings and the tour around the building.

 

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