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TEACHING 9. EU Law for political scientists

2-hour lecture offered each year (fall term) by the Chair holder to students who do not automatically come into contact with EU studies in the field of Political Science. The lecture, given in Spanish, will highlight the academic and professional opportunities that EU Law offers to political scientists, particularly the crucial interdisciplinary work that

2021-12-30T17:31:18+00:00December 22nd, 2021|Additional courses|

TEACHING 7. EU Law for economists

2-hour lecture offered each year (spring term) by the Chair holder to students who do not automatically come into contact with EU studies in the field of Economy. The lecture, given in Spanish, will highlight the academic and professional opportunities that EU Law offers to economists, particularly in fields such as competition law and

2021-12-30T17:31:36+00:00December 22nd, 2021|Additional courses|

TEACHING 6. The internal and external effect of EU State Aid Law

Course: 15 hours Language: Spanish Syllabus: 1. Introduction: Rationale of State aid control. 2. The definition of State aid under Article 107(1) TFEU. 3. State aid compatibility. 4. National administrative procedure. 5. EU administrative procedure. 6. Judicial review at national and EU level. 7. The external dimension of EU State aid law. This course

2021-12-30T17:31:41+00:00December 22nd, 2021|Additional courses|

TEACHING 5. The global transformative power of EU Law

Course: 40 hours (Additional studies of UMU) Language: Spanish/English (some sessions will be taught in English and some in Spanish). Syllabus: 1. The EU's strategic autonomy in defence. 2. The EU's green transition and international law. 3. The EU and International Migration and Refugee Law. 4. The EU's contribution to global cyber security. 5.

2022-03-03T16:24:25+00:00December 22nd, 2021|Additional courses|

TEACHING 4. European Union law before national courts

Course: 40 hours (Additional studies of UMU) Language: Spanish/English (some sessions will be taught in English and some in Spanish). Syllabus: 1. Introduction: National courts and EU Law enforcement: theories and new trends. 2. The preliminary ruling dialogue. 3. Recent cases on direct effect and primacy. 4. National courts and the effectiveness of EU

2021-12-30T17:31:51+00:00December 22nd, 2021|Additional courses|
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