|No prerequisits. |
|Content (Syllabus outline)
|Legal history as basic subject of the study programme "law".
Original sources of Slovene law and its historical framework - Inner Austria / Ancient Roman Empire of German Nationality: legal sources (local customs, codified law, regional and customary or statutory law), signs and symbols of law.
Legal tradition and legal culture.
Justice: concept and source since antiquity to present time.
History of economics systems.
Institutions - law creators and users.
State (empire): basic principles, constitutional law, civil and economic law, criminal law, administrative law, international law.
Land (lord and nobility): basic principles, constitutional law, civil and economic law, criminal law, administrative law, international law.
Town law (customary and/or statutory law): basic principles, constitutional law, civil and economic law, criminal law, administrative law, international law.
Landlord (local and regional community): basic principles, constitutional law, civil and economic law, criminal law, administrative law, international law.
Roman Catholic Church and canon law: history of canon law, constitutional law of Roman Catholic Church, criminal law, administrative and procedural law, relationship between a state and Roman Catholic Church. |
|S. Vilfan: Pravna zgodovina Slovencev, Od naselitve do zloma stare Jugoslavije. Slovenska matica, Ljubljana 1996.
H. Baltl, G. Kocher: Österreichische Rechtsgeschichte, Von den Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart. 10. Aufl., Leykam, Graz 2004.
G. Kocher: Zeichen und Symbole des Rechst, Eine historische Ikonographie, C. H. Beck, München 1992.
W. Brauneder: Österreichische Verfassungsgeschichte. 8. Aufl., Manz, Wien 2001.
|The objective of the subject is to give students knowledge about law and its historical dimension in all its forms, bearing in mind political, social and economic factors, that influenced creation, development, bloom and decline of individual legal orders and institutions, either delaying or accelerating this causally conditional process. |
|Intendend learning outcomes - knowledge and understanding
|Knowledge and understanding:
Upon the completion of the subject, a student will be able to:
- demonstrate knowledge concerning development of law and understanding causality in different fields of law,
- use acquired knowledge as an elementary starting point.
|Intendend learning outcomes - transferable/key skills and other attributes'
|Transferable/key skills and other attributes:
The acquired knowledge will enable students to establish individual connections with in legal matter and to assess basic starting points for solving different legal matters. |
|Learning and teaching methods
• Tutorials. Part of the tutorial is in a classroom while the rest is in the form of e-learning (e-tutorials may be given via video-conferencing or with the help of specially designed e-material in a virtual electronic learning environment),
• Individual work,
• Discussion of court decisions,
• Actual problem solving.