As part of the series of events dedicated to the 10th anniversary of the establishment of the administrative courts in our country an academic competition was held at the Supreme Court of the Republic of Azerbaijan on 13 November 2021 among students of law faculties of higher education institutions in order to further improve their knowledge of administrative law and administrative procedure, as well as to increase their interest in these areas.
Baku State University, the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, ADA University, the Academy of the Customs Committee of the Republic of Azerbaijan, the National Aviation Academy and Nakhichevan State University were represented in the competition.
President of the Administrative Chamber of the Supreme Court Khagani Mammadov addressed the participants before the competition. He provided detailed information on the fundamental reforms implemented in the judiciary in our country and the large-scale practical work undertaken, as well as the work done over 10 years in respect of the activities of the administrative courts and its respective achievements. He also provided detailed information on the work that has yet to be done in the future in order to further increase the efficiency and quality of administrative proceedings and answered participants’ questions of interest.
President of the Civil Chamber of the Supreme Court Sanan Hajiyev, Judge of the Administrative Chamber Sayyad Karimov, Registrar of the Supreme Court Elvin Hatamzade and Head of the Law Department of the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Professor Isakhan Valiyev also spoke at the event.
The competition aimed at measuring the participants' basic knowledge of administrative law and administrative proceedings. All teams were given the same case study and questions related to its solution, which were answered by the teams in writing. The results of the competition will be announced soon.
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