LLB Advanced EU Law

Students listening to a lectureModule leader: Dr Julian Lonbay

Module description:

Building on Legal Foundations of the European Union, which focuses on the EU’s constitutional and administrative framework, this module considers some of the rules laid down by the EU with which Member States, businesses and individuals must comply. Does a national of a Member State have the right to work, provide a service or set up a business in another Member State? If so, under what conditions? Do the EU Treaties contain any rules to prevent businesses from dividing up the internal market along national lines? If so, how are those rules enforced?

The module will be of interest to students interested in pursuing a career in legal practice or the national or international civil service or wishing to acquire a more rounded understanding of EU law.



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