Research Seminar European Law (5 ECTS)
When: Year 2, Block 3
Brief course description: Students will learn European Law whilst simultaneously improving their writing skills. While following European Law I classes students will realise that various European Law doctrines are related. For instance, the effectiveness of European law, combined with the preliminary reference procedure, and the interpretation of the fundamental freedoms are inherently connected. In this course you will consider in more depth a number of these connections and learn to apply concepts to practical solutions in European law. After successfully concluding this course, you will have acquired the research and writing skills necessary when practicing in European law.
Assessment: The course is assessed by a mixture of assignments which will be carried out during the seven seminar weeks. The final grade for the course is a composite of the grades in the assignments.
*Official course information and schedules during the academic year can be found in Ocasys.
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