LAW 2837 - European Union Law
This course examines the legal and institutional framework of the European Union. The evolution of the EU is set in a historical framework by examining the particular challenges faced by Europe on the road to economic, social and political integration. The course also includes a strong comparative theme, contrasting the EU to other international organizations as well as to such federal structures as the United States. Specific topics considered include the operation of EU decision making and judicial powers; implementation of the free movement of goods, services, workers and capital among member states; and recent controversies surrounding security, immigration and monetary policy.
Credits: 2 or 3
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