The 1st edition of 2022 of the contentious-administrative appeal drafting workshop, which was held in person at Fide during the months of January and February, which has been a complete success with full capacity in our classrooms at COAM.
With the closure of this 1st edition, we are pleased to announce that we are opening a new call for the 2nd Edition of 2022 to be held in May/June, in which we will once again have our usual speakers, Ramon Castillo Badal, Magistrate of the 6th Chamber of the Administrative Litigation Chamber of the National High Court, Pedro Escribano Testaut, Magistrate of the Technical Cabinet of the Contentious-Administrative Chamber of the Supreme Court and Juan Pedro Quintana Carter, President of the Contentious-Administrative Chamber of the TSJ of Madrid.
In this new edition, the workshop will seek to provide its attendees with the necessary knowledge to identify and comply with the many formal requirements that characterize procedural writings (preparation of the appeal, opposition to the admission of the appeal, filing of the appeal and opposition to the appeal), distinguishing between those depending on the judicial body to which they are addressed and the assumption of "objective appeal interest" that is invoked in each case.
Likewise, the workshop will address the examination of the different assumptions of "objective appealing interest for the formation of jurisprudence" that the new regulation states, showing the keys that allow unraveling its meaning and enabling its justification.
Undoubtedly, both the non-compliance with those formal requirements and the absence of justification of the “objective appeal interest” will lead to the inadmissibility of the appeal, so the need to study this new appeal in depth from an eminently practical perspective is evident.
More than five years after the entry into force of this new regulation, the Admission Section of the Contentious-Administrative Chamber of the Supreme Court has set criteria on various issues pertaining to such requirements and has delimited the objective appeal for the practice. all the assumptions, which will be studied in the workshop.
The examination of these criteria has made it possible to verify the evolutionary nature of the indeterminate legal concept "objective cassational interest", whose contours have been gradually and dynamically established, so that the study of said evolution is of considerable interest to comply with the requirement of its justification in the writing of preparation of the resource.
In addition, judgments have already fallen forming jurisprudence in accordance with this new appeal that are also interesting from the perspective of their link to the order of admission of the appeal.
These issues will be addressed in the four sessions of the workshop from an eminently practical perspective, through the examination of specific cases and the writing of preparation and filing of appeals, which will allow to deepen their study.
Modality: Face-to-face (c/ Hortaleza 63, Madrid)
Available seats: 20
Dates: May 23, 25 and 30, and June 1, 2022
Hours: From 15:00 p.m. to 16:30 p.m.
Price: 760 €
Registration: Registration can be done via the Area Fide at the following link: