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The course develops knowledge of EU law acquired at Level 2. Students are invited to engage with timeless questions of European integration which remain of current concern, such as the legitimacy of law-making and the appropriate means of achieving integration. Discussions will address contemporary issues in European Union law diagnosing the present state of the law, and determining how the constitutional settlement of the EU should be developed. This will enable students to articulate their own views of what the EU is, and what it should be. Topics include economic law, family law, human rights law, institutional law and democratization.
|Session||First Sub Session||Credit Points||25 credits (12.5 ECTS credits)|
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
1st Attempt: Assessment essay with a maximum word length of 3,000 words, including footnotes but excluding bibliography (3,500 words for MA Legal Studies students). 1 three hour written examination (60%); continuous assessment (40%). Resit: Normally, no resit is available.
Presentations in class.