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L1 & L2 courses

Licence years one and two

Courses taught by M. Blanquet at Licence 1 and 2 level

         Licence in Law, year one: European institutions


Title 1: DEVELOPMENTS IN EUROPEAN INTEGRATION
Chapter 1: implementation of the system
Section 1: Choice of model
Section 2: Statement of rationale
Chapter 2: Advances in the process
Section 1: Enlargements

Section 2: Acceleration: completion of the single market
                                                                  

Section 3: Restructuring: the creation of the European Union
                                               

Section 4: reorganisation attempts: the Treaties of Amsterdam and Nice

Section 5: Rebuilding of the European Union: the end of the European Community

Title 2: ORGANISATION OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
Chapter 1: Composition of the European Union
Section 1: Structure of the European Union
Section 2: Membership of the European Union
Chapter 2: Political system of the European Union
Section 1: Decision-making body: the European Council
Section 2: the traditional three parts of the European Union: Commission, Parliament, Council
Section 3: consultative political bodies: CES; Committee of the Regions
Section 4: Role of Member State Parliaments
Chapter 3: Control system
Section 1: Judicial control system: CJEU
Section 2: Financial control system: Court of Auditors
Chapter 4: Administrative and financial system

Licence in Law, year two: European Law

Introduction

CHAPTER 1: Structure of European Union law

Section 1: Foundations of European Union law.

Sub-section 1: Foundations of the legal system of the European Union
Paragraph 1: Founding principles of the European Union
Paragraph 2: Basic foundations of European integration

Sub-section 2: Bases of legal acts of the European Union
Paragraph 1: General issues and challenges
Paragraph 2: Challenges to the legal basis

Section 2: Sources of European Union law

Sub-section 1: European Union acts of law
Paragraph 1: Primary sources
Paragraph 2: Secondary sources
Paragraph 3: External sources
Paragraph 4: Additional sources
Sub-section 2: General principles of European Union law
Paragraph 1: Origin of the general principles
Paragraph 2: Recognition of the general principles
Paragraph 3: Scope of the general principles
Paragraph 4: General principles and fundamental rights

Chapter 2: Status of European Union law

Section 1: Scope of European Union law

Sub-section 1: Scope of European Union law with respect to the legal system of Member States
Paragraph 1: Autonomy of European Union law
Paragraph 2: Immediate incorporation of European Union law
Paragraph 3: Primacy of European Union law

Sub-section 2: Scope of European Union law with respect to individuals
Paragraph 1: Direct reach: enforceability of implementation
Paragraph 2: Enforceability of consideration

Section 2: Respect for European Union law

Sub-section 1: Respect for European Union law by the European institutions
Paragraph 1: Challenges to legality
Paragraph 2: Challenges to compensation

Sub-section 2: Respect for European Union law by Member States
Paragraph 1: Concept of non-compliance
Paragraph 2: Finding of non-compliance
Paragraph 3: Penalties for non-compliance

Sub-section 3: Respect for the uniformity of European Union law
Paragraph 1: Purpose of the preliminary reference procedure
Paragraph 2: conditions of the preliminary reference procedure
Paragraph 3: Scope of preliminary rulings



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Created on January 9, 2018

Date of update January 8, 2020


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