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    Dec 01, 2021  
2021-2022 Graduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Graduate Catalog
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LAW 890 - European Union Law

3 Credit Hours
Seminar course introduces students to the EU’s burgeoning legal and constitutional processes by exploring “next generation” issues, including the status of fundamental human rights in the EU, the division of powers between member states and the Union, and the EU’s role within the international system, particularly as it relates to questions of foreign policy, security, and development. A survey of the history and evolution of the EU will provide students with a critical understanding of key EU institutions, including relevant treaties, chargers, and decision. Will analyze substantive thematic issue areas, including free movement and other rights related to freedom, security and justice, common foreign and security policy, and EU institution-member state-international community relations. Primary texts, including Court of Justice jurisprudence and other EU institution resolutions and decisions will be considered, as well as the role of other European agencies, and how they interrelate to the primary institutions.
Grading Restriction: Numeric grading (JD students); A-F grading (other graduate students).
Registration Restriction(s): JD students; other graduate students with instructor permission.



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