This is the first book on the market which concerns integrity of administrative law. The issue is topical both in theory and in practice of this field, however, it has not been the subject of discussion in scientific literature so far. The book is the compilation of authorial views presented by the academics of the Department of Administrative Law at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków.
The publication discusses, among others, the following problems:
the substance and types of integrity of the Polish administrative law,
elements fostering the internal integration of the said law and obstacles to such integration,
issues in the borderland of administrative and civil law as well as administrative and criminal law,
relationships between administrative law and the law of the European Union and constitutional law,
the phenomenon of expansion and withdrawal of administrative law.
The book may be of interest to judges of administrative and civil courts, public administration officers, students of law and administration, advocates and attorneys-at-law.
“When thinking how to structure the book, we considered whether to prepare it as a monograph about a single topic or about coherent topics pertaining to the monograph as a whole, or – as some of us wished – to compile it as a certain collection of essays with a common theme, though of authorial nature and interrelated to a slightly lesser extent. We agreed on something in between. On the one hand, we wanted to discuss the selected topic as consistently and comprehensively as possible in a dozen or so of publisher’s sheets, leaving room for individual assessment of the situation in Polish administrative law, on the other hand.”
Prof. Jan Zimmermann, PhD habil.