FAMILY LAW - PRACTICE:
Family Law - practice
Chair of Family Law
Family Law - practice
Study: Law - 6. semester
Code: 45529
ECTS: 2.0
Course coordinators: prof. dr. sc. Dubravka Hrabar
prof. dr. sc. Aleksandra Korać Graovac
prof. dr. sc. Irena Majstorović
doc. dr. sc. Anica Čulo Margaletić
doc. dr. sc. Ivana Milas Klarić
doc. dr. sc. Ivan Šimović
Exam dates:
  • 25. 05. 2020.
  • 15. 06. 2020.
  • 14. 09. 2020.
Exam registration: Studomat
Basic data
Family Law - practice Law - 6. semester
2.0 45529
Lecturer in charge Consultations Location
prof. dr. sc. Dubravka Hrabar

Tuesdays from 10,00

Trg Republike Hrvatske 3, room 27/II
prof. dr. sc. Aleksandra Korać Graovac

Tuesdays 10.30-12 am

Trg Republike Hrvatske 3, room 29/II
prof. dr. sc. Irena Majstorović

Thursdays 10-11,30

Trg Republike Hrvatske 3, room 28/II
doc. dr. sc. Anica Čulo Margaletić

Thursday, 10-11.30 am

Trg Republike Hrvatske 3, room 38
doc. dr. sc. Ivana Milas Klarić Trg Republike Hrvatske 3, room 5
doc. dr. sc. Ivan Šimović

Thursday, 14.30 - 16.00 pm

Trg Republike Hrvatske 3, room 301/III
Literature
Alinčić, M.; Hrabar, D.; Jakovac-Lozić, D.; Korać Graovac, A.; Obiteljsko pravo; Narodne novine (2007), str. 1-544
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Description
Exam dates
25. 05. 2020.
15. 06. 2020.
14. 09. 2020.
Detailed data
Cognitive Skills:

After successfully completing the course, students will be able to:

Knowledge

- define the importance of most important family law institutes within the legal

system

- define open questions

- list the most important family law institutes

- name the fundamental principles of family law regulation

Understanding

- discuss the important social and legal topic, on the basis of valid legal

arguments

- describe the contents and scope of particular family law institutes

- explain the meaning of passing the family law regulations, as a means of

intervening in the relationships between family members

- report on the open questions, on the basis of the legal analysis

- identify the trends in family law

- recognise the basic characteristics of the most important institutes of family

law

Application

- interpret family law provisions

- use current professional literature

- demonstrate knowledge and skills acquired during the studies

- demonstrate high level of understanding of family law provisions

Analysis

- distinguish basic and permanent characteristics of family law institutes from

the variable ones

- analyse the meaning of a particular legal provision and its consequences

- compare universal family law provisions during history to the contemporary

state

- select key questions in which family law systems require improvements

Synthesis

- propose the needed changes of family law systems de lege ferenda

- formulate basic challenges family law is facing

- construct new models of functioning of state bodies in family law matters

- assemble relevant court practice of European courts (European court of

human rights and European court of justice) in regards important family law

institutes

Evaluation

- judge the quality of legislative changes and practical procedures

- assess the advantages and shortcomings of family law systems de lege lata

- evaluate one's standpoints from the viewpoint of tolerance

- assess the quality of common European family law principles

Practical and Generic Skills:

After successfully mastering the course, students gain:

- competence of independent professional work:

- competence to critically assess the most important family law issues

- competence to adapt to a new situation and changes in legislation

- competence to draw argumented conclusions and timely and adequately work in practice

Matching Assessments to Learning Outcomes:

During practical work conducted by experts from practice (as a rule judges and attorneys), students together solve problem tasks. On the basis of determined situation facts, they prepare rulings and decisions, and outline applications. Thus the knowledge acquired in the second year are applied in the third year, together with all other skills gained within other courses.

Since the final grade is not numerical, but 'pass' or 'fail', the final grade is determined for each student by evaluation of their work and activity in practical work, success in solving problem tasks and regular attendance of this form of teaching.