COMPARATIVE ECCLESIASTICAL LAW

As a result of the successful participation in the course of Ecclesiastical Law, students: ▪ a theoretical level, gain a broad knowledge of constitutional and generally multilevel fair relationship between the state and churches / religions in Greece and Europe, learning to critically approach the various aspects of these relations, ▪ a practical level, and through the analysis of the case of the Greek and European courts (Council of State - Supreme Court - European Court of Human Rights) acquire legal specialization in an industry with frequent litigation application, learning to argue either in court or in public / private dialogue constitutionally viable for solving these problems. Specifically, learn and deepen in the following three main cognitive pillars of Church Law: (a) Relationship state and churches / religions in Greece and Europe, focusing on the specific legal applications (such as: cancellation competence Council of State, the Supreme Court and other courts - organization, management, operation and decision making in ecclesiastical legal entities of public law and private law - payroll clergy - financial and tax treatment of religions), (b) Constitutional and other legal protection of the right to religious freedom (freedom of religious conscience - freedom of worship - restrictions on the right - conversion - religious freedom cases before the European Court of Human Rights - European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms)

Code: 
ELE73
ECTS: 
5.00
Ώρες: 
2
κάθε εβδομάδα
Cycle/Level: 
Undergraduate
Ακαδημαϊκό έτος : 
2020-2021
Type of Attendance: 
ERASMUS
Teaching Period: 
Spring
Teaching dates and hours: 
Wednesday, 20.00-22.00
Department: 
Department of History, Philosophy and Sociology of Law