Students from The Law Faculty Visited The Administrative Court Sofia City on The Open Doors Day
At the invitation of the Administrative Court Sofia City (ACSC) students form the Law Faculty of UNWE jointly with their colleagues from the University of Library Studies and Information Technologies (UNIBIT) and pupils from two secondary schools in Sofia – Doris Tenedi Private Language Secondary School and Dobri Voynikov Secondary School No. 35 – visited the ACSC on the Open Doors Day.
The Chairman of ACSC judge Radostin Radkov greeted the guests and assured them that the Court works well. The visitors had the chance to attend a court hall during a session as well as to become participants in a case-law in the roles of judges, prosecutors, lawyers, applicants and jurists.
|Students during the visit at the ACSC|
The most attractive part of the visit for the young people was the simulation of administrative case-law by the assistance of judges from the ACSC. The students put on gowns of judges and prosecutors and their colleagues played the role of parties of argue and procedural representatives.
During the simulative case-law was examined a case submitted to the Court on a claim set up on the Act on the Liability Incurred by the State and Municipals for Damages against the Municipal Directorate of Internal Affairs. The judge Tsvetan Lyubchev, second year student from the Law Faculty upheld the action for material damages by unlawful decree and awarded damages in the amount of 900 BGN – lawyer`s remuneration paid in the proceedings on appeal and quash of administrative sanction for violation of the Road Traffic Act.
|During the case-law|
The guests knew also about the work of inter-services of the administration: the court registry, court secretaries, summoners, lawyer`s room and they convinced that the occasional principle in cases allocation had been observed.