The aim of the course is to provide students with a basic knowledge and understanding of the institutional law of the European Union as well as certain areas of its substantive law, together with an understanding of their impact on the national legal orders of the Member States. The course focuses on the legal aspects of the EU and its legal system, the functions of the EU institutions and their mutual interaction, the sources of EU law and the legislative process, the procedural law of the EU, including the judicial remedies available to institutions, Member States and private parties, as well as some areas of the EU substantive law, such as the free movement of goods and the concept of the internal market, as well as the protection of fundamental rights.

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  • ECTS: 6
  • Component Code: 9.7-PUE
  • lecturer: J. Jendrośka, PhD, J. Ryszka, PhD
  • Faculty: Law and Administration
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