EU Law

Course NameEU Law
Course CodeLEG236
DescriptionThis course represents the first part of an annual course. Students should become familiar with the law of the European Union. In particular, students should acquire deep knowledge of the institutional structure, of the legislative process, of the freedom of circulation of goods and of the relationship between national and EU Law. This course will prepare students to understand the legal basis of EU Law and the role of EU Law.
Learning OutcomesUpon completion of this course, students should be able to:
– Understand EU Law and relevant concepts;
– Understand and be able to define and critically analyze all main types of EU legislative acts;
– Understand the institutional structure of EU;
– Understand the rights of EU citizens;
– Understand how States, companies and citizens can invoke EU Law;
– Understand how States, companies and citizens must respect EU Law;
– Understand the freedom of circulation of goods; – Identify a research topic (for non Law students);
– Survey the literature(for non Law students);
– Draw and defend appropriate conclusions.
SchoolJohn H. Carey II School of Law
Number of credits (US / ECTS)3 US / 6 ECTS