This elective course deals with examples of recent jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union and with pieces of recent legislation in the common market and other selected areas of European Law. The individual discussion pieces are provided to the participants in the week ahead of each individual. Subsequent individual reading is expected for the course. In doing so, the seminar aims at preparing students of International and European Law at the Faculty of Law to succeed in their exam by discussing up-to-date and the most recent problems of EU law in an exam-type of style. It is therefore directed at anyone wanting to succeed in the European Law aspects discussed in the First State Examination in Law. Students from other faculties will have an opportunity to deepen their understanding of the functioning and the work of the EU and her organs.

Semester: WT 2019/20