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LAWS 4439 European Union Law (Fall: 3 )

Course Description

This course provides a general overview of the legal architecture of the European Union. It introduces students to the complex relationship between the European legal order and the national legal systems of Member States. Students will study the Union's major institutions and decision-making mechanisms as well as substantive legal matters that include fundamental rights, free movement of persons and goods, non-discrimination. This course is a prerequisite for participation in the London Program but is open to any student interested in the present and future of Europe.


Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 24-Jun-17