Banging on the Judiciary Administrative Keyboard



How accurately do we assess the positions of judges in the field of administrative law and judicial administration? Given the administration of one of the separated powers, is a more specialized approach needed, or from a more general view inherent in social theories and their complex nature? Faced with this dilemma, I am deciding to rely on attempts to start from models of organizational sociology in general before turning to justice. Moreover, the lessons of the great and modern sociologist Niklas Luhmann (1927-1998), a lawyer by education, and initially a specialist in public administration, make me feel a certain hesitation regarding the justifications of the Bulgarian judges for the functioning of the authorities.