International and european law

The International and European Law course brings together elements of domestic law, comparative studies, and European/international aspects through a focus on the knowledge, skills and social competences crucial to working in the legal profession and to pursuing further graduate-level education in the social sciences, with particular emphasis on specialization in study of the law.

The profile of the ternational and European Law course introduces an international context, consisting in international legal relations between state actors and other participants, as well as issues surrounding the reciprocal relations between norms belonging to various legal regimes. Additional emphasis has been placed on issues related to European Union law, both in the context of formulating and implementing EU policies and activities, and in the institutional sphere of relations with Member States.

The Course includes inter alia flollowing modules: Constitutional Law, Economics and Society, Introduction to Law, Logic for Lawyers, Political and Legal Thought, Private Law, Public International Law (Introduction and Sources), Criminal Law, Law of International Responsibility, Administrative Law, International Dispute Settlement, Judicial Protection in EU, Advocacy Skills Legal Reasoning (International Law Moot Courts), Introduction to EU Internal Market, EU Criminal Law, Current Problems of International Law, Introduction to EU Competition Law, Intellectual Property Law.

Upon completion of the undergraduate LL.B. International and European Law program, graduates will possess skills and general knowledge from dogmatic disciplines in the law, with particular focus on international and European law. The educational program also encompasses elements of knowledge from social sciences and economics. Graduates shall possess the ability to understand legal texts, to apply principles of logic, to interpret legal regulations and to continue education to the graduate level in legal specializations, as well as in social sciences and economics.

Graduates of the International and European Law program will be prepared to undertake employment in all public and private institutions requiring basic legal knowledge, with special emphasis on international organizations and European institutions. Graduates will possess interpersonal communication skills, the ability to communicate in the process of making legal decisions, and the ability to perform the role of negotiator, mediator and arbitrator in dispute resolution based on domestic and international law.

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