International Symposium on the Changes in Administrative Adjudication, Split

24 September 2013 - Within the French-Croatian Days of administrative law, the Law Faculty Split, Université Panthéon - Assas (Paris II) and the Robert Schuman European Documentation and Research Centre organised an international symposium at which members of the French State Council, professors from the French and Croatian Universities, judges of both the Croatian Constitutional Court and Supreme Court, administrative and ordinary judges, Croatian state officials and members of the local self-government addressed issues related to changes in administrative adjudication. On this occasion Professor Dr Jasna Omejec held a lecture entitled "Through a dialog of judges to a network of knowledge" in which she specially emphasised that along constitutional courts, also national administrative courts function as pillars of the European architecture of the protection of human rights and together with the courts in Strasbourg and Luxembourg make the European netwtork of knowledge. Furthermore she pointed out that the efficient protection of human rights in modern conditions cannot be realised without administrative judges and administrative courts that are open and qualified for the dialog with other actors in the European judicial space.