giustizia amministrativa

The Author briefly reviews the major problems of administrative justice in the Third Millennium. These include: digitalization and judicial review of automated decisions by administrative judges; the relationships between national and EU law; legal measures to reduce delays in judgments without affecting their effectiveness and the uncertainty of rules and the excessive discretion left to judges.

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The Council of State clarifies that during the selection procedures for external lawyers, the Public Administration must verify that the price offered is respectful of the principle of fair remuneration (“equo compenso”), which can protect the legal profession from anti-competitive practices and ensure the quality of the service.

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In recent years, the Italian system of judicial protection against public administration has undergone important transformations. Some are connected to the pandemic emergency. Others concern the need to optimize the ability of administrative judges to decide disputes. This contribution underlines how these experiments are a symptom of wider-ranging changes. In particular, these are changes in which the importance of specific organizational factors and the renewal of technical skills suitable for supporting the activity of the judge emerge as determining elements.

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The article aims to explore the role of oral hearing in Slovenian and Italian administrative procedural law. In both countries the oral hearing is a pivotal moment in the judicial review of administrative decisions. The study aims to identify common elements in each system to determine a unitary content of oral hearing as a human right.

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This is the introductory speech to the Round Table which outlines some of the aspects that have characterized the progress made by administrative justice with a view to tackling a new challenge: that of continuing to ensure a balanced relationship between private and public interests even in the presence of, on the one hand, extensive and significant transformations and, on the other, judicial instruments that are evolving towards hybrid forms, different from the original models.

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The damage from delay cannot be protected as compensation in the hypothesis in which the interested party has based his claim on a provision declared unconstitutional at a time following the expiry of the terms for the conclusion of the proceeding since the advantage that one regrets not to have obtained would still have been an advantage contra Constitutionem

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