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ONOM1040 Foundations of European Law 6 ECTS
Periods
Period I Period II Period III Period IV
Language of instruction
English
Type or level of studies
Intermediate studies
Course unit descriptions in the curriculum
Law, Bachelor of Laws
Faculty of Law

General description

All lectures in CAL1:

7.1. 9-12

8.1. 9-12

11.1. 10-12

12.1. 10-12

13.1. 10-12

14.1. 10-12

(note: voluntary home exam 15.1.)

18.1. 10-12

19.1. 10-12

20.1. 10-12

21.1. 10-12

(note: voluntary home exam 22.1.)

25.1. 10-12

Enrolment

Registration for the course in Nettiopsu from 9.12. at 08:00 to 18.12. at 23:59. Restricted entry and registration only for exchange students and LIS-students: restricted entry for 30 students.

Open enrolments

Teacher responsible

Professor of European Law Jukka Snell
jukka.snell[ät]utu.fi

Teaching

Lectures 24 h

Evaluation criteria

Two voluntary exercises are organized in conjunction with the lectures. The exercises focus on the application of EU law. The exercises take the form of complicated problem questions that the students are expected to answer in one day. They are graded pass/fail. A pass will provide a student with 4 extra points, so a student may carry the maximum of 8 points to the examination. Extra points are valid only for the exams on this academic year's exam round.

The written examination will contain three questions: two essay questions (max 10 points per question) and one problem question (max 20 points).

Study materials

Literature:

1. A Rosas and L Armati, EU Constitutional Law: An Introduction (2nd edn, Hart Publishing, 2012); OR C Barnard and S Peers (eds), European Union Law (Oxford University Press, 2014), pages 1-172, 226-298, 325-401, 473-503, and 567-590.

AND

2. S Weatherill, Cases and Materials on EU Law (11 the edn, Oxford University Press, 2014): pages 3-45, 54-76, 81-82, 93-101, 112-203, 281-380, 415-444, 557-579, and 588-619.

 

Treaty on European Union (TEU)

Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU)

Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union (CFR)

Directive 2004/38/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the right of citizens of the Union and their family members to move and reside freely within the territory of the Member States [2004] OJ L158/77

[Students are allowed to bring copies of the TEU, TFEU, CFR and Directive 2004/38 to the exam. The copies must not contain any writing or other annotations. However, highlighting and underlining are allowed.]

Further information

Restricted entry and registration only for exchange students and LIS-students: restricted entry for 30 students.