Administrative law and trial advocacy

Lawsuits against the state have always been a serious challenge. It is impossible to compare the capabilities of an individual person with those of the state machine which is in a more privileged position from the very start. In such a situation competent representation of rights is of paramount importance. The representative takes up a special task. Of course, administrative proceedings demand a special approach from the court as well, allowing the underprivileged party to present its evidence to a sufficient extent and following carefully that its rights are properly protected. This, however, does not mean that the attorney can afford to solely rely on the court. In such a situation, the attorney has to especially properly and minutely provide his/her client with all of the legal means and strategies available for the proceedings.

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