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TLS_1026 The Law of the EU Internal Market 12 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
Turku Law School
Faculty of Law

General description

The lectures are held at 2-4 pm in Cal 3. The lectures are on the following days:

2 September: Introduction

3 September: Legal writing

7 September: The stages and methods of economic integration

8 September: The subject matter: what are goods, persons, services, and capital, and how to distinguish between them?

9 September: Restrictions on free movement I

14 September: Restrictions on free movement II

15 September: The personal scope of the four freedoms, and the wholly internal rule

16 September: Justifying restrictions and proportionality

17 September: Regulating the internal market

The students are expected to participate in lectures and to take an examination on the course literature and lectures. Each student will also write and present an essay of approximately 15-20 pages which will be discussed in a seminar. All students are expected to participate actively in the seminars where the written essays are presented, and a participation rate of at least 75 per cent is required for a student to pass the course.

Enrolment

Enrollment for Specialisation courses in Nettiopsu.


Teacher responsible

Professor Jukka Snell
jukka.snell[ät]utu.fi

Teaching

Lectures 24 h
Seminar 24 h

Study materials

C Barnard, The Substantive Law of the EU: The Four Freedoms (4th edn, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013)

Further information

Restricted entry, limited to 24 students. 2 of the places are reserved for students of the Master's Degree Programme in Law and Information Society (LIS).