Administrative procedures of Member States in the light of the Model Rules of the EU

The Ereky István Research Centre of the Pázmány Péter Catholic University Faculty of Law and Political Sciences is hosting a conference on 'Administrative procedures of Member States in the light of the Model Rules of the EU' at Budapest, Hungary. The conference will consist of plenary and session presentations with discussions on the following themes:

  • domestic and international context of the Hungarian Act CXL of 2004 on the General Rules of Administrative Proceedings and Services and its conceptual issues,
  • the impact of the forthcoming European procedural model rules,
  • how can the procedural law help the development dictated by the economy.
Place of the Conference

Péter Pázmány Catholic University Faculty of Law and Political Sciences
St. John Paul II. Auditorium
1088-Hungary, Budapest Szentkirályi St. 28. (2nd Floor)

Schedule of the Conference

5th March 2015, Thursday 9.00-16.00
Section I.
Current topics on regulating administrative proceedings in Hungary and Europe


Prof. Dr. István Balázs
Interpretations of administration and administrative law in Europe

Dr. Anita Boros
European administrative (procedural) law

Dr. Krisztina Rozsnyai
Relations between administrative procedural law and administrative court-law

Dr. Nóra Balogh-Békési
The right for fair administration and procedure

Coffee break

Dr. Zoltán Józsa
Principles of good administration and the Hungarian Ket. (Codex of the Administrative Procedures)

Dr. András Lapsánszky
Administrative Inquiries in the procedure

Dr. Márta Belányi
Reform of the regional administration

Dr. György Sántha
Resource map of the e-Administration of Hungary - Governmental ICT capacities before and after the elections of 2014.

Lunch break

Section II.
Current topics on Judicature and control mechanism regarding the administration

Dr. Péter Darák
Legal principles and effectiveness

Prof. Dr. Attila Vincze
Europeanisation of the administrative law and legitimacy of the plaintiff

Dr. Tibor Kalas
Judicial interpretations of the administrative procedural law

14.00 - 14.20
Coffee break

14.20 - 14.40
Dr. István Lajtár
The competencies of the Prosecution Service in the era of codifications of Procedural Laws

14.40 - 15.00
Dr. Zsolt Balogh
Norm Control in the Administrative Procedural Law

15.00 - 15.20
Dr. Péter Demjén
The Role of the Regional Judicial Colleges to Promote the Uniform Application of Law in the Administrative Proceedings

6 th of March 2015, Friday 9:00 – 13:00
Section III.
Procedural Law Codification in Hungary and in Europe

9.00 - 9.10
Prof. Dr. László Trócsányi
The Administrative Jurisdiction: a Stepchild of the Regime Change

9.10 - 9.30
Prof. Jacques Ziller
The ReNEUAL Model Rules of Administrative procedures: method, content and prospects

9.30 - 9.50
Prof. Dr. András Varga Zs.
The Regulation of the Administration (In the European Union and in Hungary)

9.50 - 10.10
Prof. Giacinto della Cananea
Impact of the forthcoming European procedural model rules

10.10 - 10.30
Prof. Dr. András Patyi
Current Reflections on the Relation between the Administrative Procedure and the Administrative Jurisdiction

10.30 - 10.50
Coffee break

10.50 - 11.10
Dr. Gergely Patyi
Experts in the Renewable Procedural Laws

11.10 - 11.30
Prof. Dr. Zsuzsa Wopera
An Insight into the New Civil Procedural Law Codification

11.30 - 11.50
Dr. Barnabás Hajas
General (?) Administrative (?) Procedure (?)

Lunch break

The official language of the conference is Hungarian and English (translation is provided).

Besides the invited speakers, a Seminar for early-career researchers has been organized in the field of public administration, including PhD students, to present their studies related to the subject of the conference. These researchers have been be selected on the basis of abstracts submitted.