Assoc. Prof. Ewelina Cała-Wacinkiewicz, Prof. of the University of Szczecin
Deputy Dean for Student Affairs
Assoc. Prof. Wojciech Staszewski, Prof. of the University of Szczecin
Deputy Dean for Education
Dr Beata Kanarek
Deputy Dean for Evaluation
Dr Wojciech Bożek
Plenipotentiary of Rector for International Cooperation
Dr Ewa Michałkiewicz-Kądziela
Faculty of Law and Administration offers the following courses (Polish language required):
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Nowe bramy bezpieczeństwa (New security gates) – September 2021
Conference organized by the Electronic Communications Law Research Team and the Research Team of Administration Students
Assoc. Prof. Aleksandra Monarcha-Matlak, Prof. of the University of Szczecin US, e-mail: email@example.com
Dr Przemysław Zdyb, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dominika Skoczylas, MA, e-mail: email@example.com
Inkluzja społeczna osób z niepełnosprawnościami (Social inclusion of persons with disabilities) – 2021
Zawody zaufania publicznego – tradycje i wyzwania współczesności (Professions of public trust – tradition and contemporary challenges) – 15-16 April 2021
Conference organized by the Institute of Legal Studies, the Szczecin Bar Association and the Amicus Facultatis Iuris Stetinensis Association
The Faculty of Law and Administration has its roots in the Administrative Studies Programme that operated within the Higher School of Education in Szczecin, established in 1973. On 12 July 1984 the Sejm (Lower House of Parliament) passed an act on the establishment of the University of Szczecin which accommodated the Institute of Law and Administration.
The Faculty of Law and Administration carries out various types of research: descriptive, explanatory, empirical, quantitative and qualitative. The Institute’s staff conduct theoretical, theoretical-practical and practical investigations and place them in a historical and comparative legal context.
The areas of particular interest include constitutional law, administrative law and procedure, environmental law, financial and tax law, criminal law and procedure, civil law and procedure, commercial law, family law, business law, labour law, public international law, European Union law and local government law.
The Faculty of Law and Administration is authorised to confer doctoral and post-doctoral degrees in law.