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LAWS 8811 European Legal Integration:History and Theory (Spring: 2 )


Course Description

European integration after the Second World War is one of the most original and important political experiments in the modern world. This course invites students to explore the history and theory of that process, especially its legal dimensions. The course is not a doctrinal introduction to EU law. Rather, it is an opportunity to study the making of a united Europe through a close reading of the legal, political and economic debates as the process of integration passed through its various stages. Such a study is essential for understanding Europe's current situation and the future of the European Union


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Last Updated: 17-Feb-14