Three day seminar: Administrative Law for State Functionaries

Seminar date: 18-20 November 2019

Gain information, insights and tools for understanding administrative-law implications for public decision makers and confidently navigate everyday governance and related administrative decisions in state affairs. This three-day seminar offered by the Faculty of Law at Stellenbosch University will help participants understand administrative-law considerations that courts expect them and their principals to comply with and help them gain administrative-law insights from court jurisprudence, Public Protector and Auditor General reports with a view to minimizing the possibility of having their decisions or those of principals they advise successfully reviewed by courts and administrative oversight bodies.

The seminar covers the following units:

  • Introduction to administrative law;
  • administrative justice;
  • everyday areas of administrative action;
  • understanding common administrative law transgressions through cases;
  • leadership tips for fruitful interaction with accountability authorities;
  • review proof your administrative decisions and organizational culture.

The seminar is essential for:

  • members of the executive at national, provincial and local government;
  • senior managers in government and related organs of state, including state owned enterprises and administrative oversight and regulatory bodies;
  • lawyers in and outside government that advise or represent government.

The seminar is led by Proff Thuli Madonsela, Geo Quinot & Sope Williams-Elegbe.

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