Administrative Law regulates a field where, against an individual trying to ensure their rights (i.e. nationality, temporary or permanent residence, the right to access to public funds or infrastructure), there is always an authority – either a state one or a local one. In these procedures (a lot like in criminal ones) you can feel a disproportion of power – of course, in favour of the state or local body. Therefore it is very important that an individual is represented by a lawyer with the appropriate knowledge, and, even more so, with a good measure of civic courage, to ensure equal treatment for everyone, regardless of their nationality or religion, regardless of their social status and regardless of their political or other convictions.
- representation and advice in public tenders
- representation and advice with building permissions
- inspection procedures
- administrative actions
- other administrative procedures
For us, being lawyers is a profession where it is just not enough to be professional, precise and up-to-date. For us, being lawyers is a calling. On top of our basic competences we add a good measure of personal courage, independence and honour and thus try to contribute our share to a more legal and just society.