Syllabus/achievement requirements

EU Substantive Law

 

 

Requirements

Achievement requirements for master’s level (10 credits):

Knowledge

The students are expected to have advanced knowledge of the following topics:

  • The free movement of goods rules (Arts 28-36 TFEU)
  • The free movement of workers rules (Arts 45. et seq)
  • EU Citizenship
  • The right of establishment rules (Arts 49 et seq)
  • The rules on cross-border services (Art 56 et seq)
  • External aspects of the internal market (Arts 131-135 TFEU)

 

Skills

  • Practical skills in finding legal sources relevant to substantive EU law
  • Ability to understand and analyse the core rules of the EU internal market
  • Ability to read and interpret the case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union
  • Ability to apply basic EU legal method to new cases and problems

 

General competence

  • Advanced understanding of the core rules of the EU internal market
  • Advanced understanding of the legal method of substantive EU law)

 

 

Achievement requirements for bachelor's level (10 credits):

Knowledge

By the end of the course the students are expected to have broad knowledge of the following topics:

  • The free movement of goods rules (Arts 28-36 TFEU)
  • The free movement of workers rules (Arts 45. et seq)
  • EU Citizenship
  • The right of establishment rules (Arts 49 et seq)
  • The rules on cross-border services (Art 56 et seq)
  • External aspects of the internal market (Arts 131-135 TFEU)

 

Skills

  • Practical skills in finding legal sources relevant to substantive EU law
  • Ability to understand and analyse the core rules of the EU internal market
  • Ability to read and interpret the case law of the Court of Justice of the EU

 

General competence   

  • Basic understanding of the core rules of the EU internal market
  • Basic understanding of the legal method of substantive EU Law

 

Literature

Reading list – master's level

Barnard’s The Substantive Law of the EU ( 4th ed. OUP, 2013) Chapters1,2 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11 and 12.  (378 pages)

Barnard, “Unravelling the Services Directive” (2008) 45 CMLRev (323-394 = 71 pages)

Koutrakos, “On Groceries, Alcohol & Olive Oil: More on Free Movement of Goods after Keck” (2001) 26 ELRev (391-407= 16 pages)

You may search for the articles by using “Oria" - hyperlink here

Total pages: 501 pages

 

Reading list – bachelor's level

Barnard’s The Substantive Law of the EU (4th ed. OUP, 2013) Chapters 1,2 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11 and 12.

Total pages: 414 pages

 

Supplementary reading for both Master and bachelor levels

 

  • Alexander, “Exhaustion of Trade Mark Rights in the EEA” (1999) 24 ELRev 56
  • Barnard, “Fitting the Remaining Pieces into the Goods and Persons Jigsaw” (2001) 26 ELRev 35
  • Dougan, “Free Movement: The Work-seeker as a Citizen” (2001) 4 CYELS 93
  • Somek “Solidarity ….. Being and Time in European Citizenship” (2007) ELRev 787

 

 You may search for for articles by using “Oria” - hyperlink here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Published Jan. 23, 2015 9:46 AM - Last modified Aug. 10, 2015 9:40 AM