EU Law II
EU Law II covers the rules and case-law of the European Union’s internal market. The EU’s internal market operates on the basis of the ‘four freedoms’ (free movement of goods, persons, services and capital), supported by the EU’s rules regarding state aid, services of general economic interest, and market liberalization. This course introduces students to the EU’s internal market law, exploring the rules established by the EU and the boundaries that EU policy sets on the behavior of the Member States.
The course will be graded on the basis of class participation (20%) and a 2-hour open book final exam (80%).