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Restorative justice in administrative law involves applying the so-called the so-called alternative methods of dispute resolution (Alternative Dispute Resolution), among others: mediation, negotiation, arbitration or conciliation. The rules of administrative procedure and of litigation in administrative courts provide for relatively deformalized means of resolving disputes that arise in relation to the application of administrative norms or in the sphere of public activity regulated by these norms. This, in turn, allows to search for socially effective and legal means of resolving conflicts. Restorative justice as an institution applied in administrative proceedings opens the door for effective application of the law in the individual dimension and supports sustainable social development.