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  • University Name : HASANUDDIN UNIVERSITY

    Faculty Name : FACULTY OF LAW

    Department Name : CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

    Study Program Name : UNDERGRADUATE LEGAL STUDIES

    SEMESTER LEARNING PLAN (SLP)

    COURSE COURSE CODE CSU STATUS DEPARTMENT SM

    ADMINISTRATIVE COURT PROCEDURAL LAW AND PRACTICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE COURT

    419B1714 4 COMPULSORY

    (NATIONAL) Constitutional

    Law VII

    AUTHORIZATION

    LECTURER Vice Dean of Academic and Development

    Signature Signature

    Prof. Dr. Abdul Razak, SH, MH Prof. Dr. Ahmadi Miru, SH, MH

    Expected Learning Outcomes (ELOs)

    A.1. Having integrity and legal professional ethics based on values of Pancasila

    G.1. Ability to think critically, logically and systematically

    G.2. Ability to perform oral and written communication

    G.3. Ability to work individually and collectively

    S.1. Ability to conduct legal research to construct legal arguments

    S.3. Ability to provide legal advice and solutions

    K.3.

    Demonstrate a mastery of procedural laws (procedural criminal law, procedural civil law, and procedural administrative law)

  • LEARNING GOALS

    After mastering theory and norms concerning the history of courts in Indonesia, the background of the establishment of the Administrative Court in Indonesia, courts terms, the differences between pure and pseudo-Administrative Courts, the main characteristics of Administrative Courts and General Courts, absolute and relative competencies, Administrative Disputes, Administrative Decisions as the object of Administrative Dispute or causes of Administrative Disputes, the parties of Administrative Disputes, the process of Administrative Court-examination, trial/various procedural law in Administrative Courts, the structure of petitions for free litigation, petitions for quicker litigation, and petitions for postponement of Administrative Decision implementation, structure, and material of the power of attorney, definition, structure and material of the claim, Defendant's Reply, Replik/Response to Defendant's Reply, Duplik/ Response to Replik, Proof of examination ofState Administrative Dispute, Conclusion of parties in the trial, types of verdicts in Administrative Dispute, Students aretherefore able to construct legal documents (power of attorney, claim, defendant's answer, replik, duplik) required in the trial process professionally and equitably.

    Short Description of The Course

    This course discussconcerning the history of courts in Indonesia, the background of the establishment of the Administrative Court in Indonesia, courts terms, the differences between pure and pseudo-Administrative Courts, the main characteristics of Administrative Courts and General Courts, absolute and relative competencies, Administrative Disputes, Administrative Decisions as the object of Administrative Dispute or causes of Administrative Disputes, the parties of Administrative Disputes, the process of Administrative Administrative Court-examination, trial/various procedural law in Administrative Courts, the structure of petitions for free litigation, petitions for quicker litigation, and petitions for postponement of Administrative Decision implementation, structure, and material of the power of attorney, definition, structure and material of the claim, Defendant's Reply, Replik/Response to Defendant's Reply, Duplik/ Response to Replik, Proof of examination ofState Administrative Dispute, Conclusion of parties in the trial, types of verdicts in Administrative Dispute, Students are therefore able to construct legal documents (power of attorney, claim, defendant's answer, replik, duplik) required in the trial process

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    LembagaPenelitiandanPengembanganHukumAdministrasiNegara; (LPP-HAN), Jakarta.

     Indroharto, 1991: Usaha Memagami UU tentangPeradilan Tata usahanegara. PustakaSinarharapan. Jakarta.

     Irfan Fachruddin,2004 :PengawasanPeradilanAdministrasiTerhadapTindakanPemerintah. PT. Alumni. Bandung

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     Fak. HukumUnpad, 1979 :LaporanPenelitiantentangstrukturOrganisasiBadan-badanPeradilan Di Indonesia, LP.HukumdanKriminologi,

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  • Meeting

    Number

    -

    Expected Final Ability /

    Learning Goal

    LEARNING MATERIAL LEARNING

    METHODS

    Time

    Allocation

    Indicator/Assesment

    Criteria

    Weigh

    t

    (%)

    (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)

    I

    Course opening, students

    agree on Course Contract,

    and Assessment System

    Course opening, explainabout :

    a. Learning Goals b. Course Contract c. Assessment System

     Brainstorming

     Interactive Lecture

     Literature Research

    2x50

    minutes  Ability to

    understand course

    lesson plan based

    on learning goals

     Reference Update

    2%

    II

    Students are able to elaborate

    the History of Indonesian

    Courts

    The Historyof Indonesian Courts:

    a. Kingdom,

    b. Colonialism

    c. Independence

    The World CourtSystem

     Interactive Lecture

    2x50

    minutes  Ability to ask and

    express opinions

     Ability to correlate materials

     Discipline and manners

    2%

    III

    Students are able to analyze

    the establishment

    background of

    Administrative Courts in

    Indonesia

    Establishment of Administrative

    Courts in Indonesia :

    a. The rule of law and Administrative Court

    b. Purpose of the Administrative Court

     Previous material review

     Interactive Lecture

    2x50

    minutes  Ability to analyze the

    establishment of

    Administrative Court

    Procedural

     Ability to explain previous material

     Discipline and manners

     Ability to ask and express opinions

    2%

    IV

    Students are able to

    differentiate the use of

    “Trials and Courts” Students

    are able to distinguish

    between Pure Administrative

    Courts and Quasi-

    Administrative Court

    Definition of:

    a. Trials and Courts, b. Pure Administrative

    Court

    c. Pseudo-Administrative Court

     Interactive Lecture

     Individual Assignment

    2x50

    minutes  Accuracy

    indistinguishing the

    terms

     Accuracy in distinguishing Pure

    Administrative

    Courts and pseudo-

    Administrative Court

    2%

  •  Discipline and manners

     Ability to interact with friends during

    discussion

    V-VI

    Students are able to analyze

    the status of Administrative

    Courts and

    Students are able to

    differentiate the main

    characteristics of the

    Administrative Courts and

    General Court

    Status of Administrative Court

    Procedural;

    Characteristic of Administrative

    Court Procedural.

     Interactive Lecture

     Small Grousp Discussion

    2x50

    minutes  Accuracy of

    elaborating materials

     Ability to express opinions

     Discipline and manners

     Collecting assignments on time