European Union Economic Law in the International Context National Taiwan University
The purpose of this intensive 36-hours course is to make it possible for the students to learn about the most important legal coordinates of economic cooperation within the EU and with the EU. Hence, the course is to provide the students with such an information, which is most useful for EU law-practitioners.
Each class will have the following scenario:
1. Teachers introductory part: 15-30 minutes
2. The class-room discussion (the analysis of the assigned material): 45-60 minutes
3. The summary (the group presentation).
The course assumes that the students already have the basic knowledge about the sources of EU law.
The coursework will follow the following subjects:
1.Reminder session: Explaining the course idea and resume on the sources of EU law
2.Reminder session: How EU law is created, interpreted and applied?
3.Economic freedoms: The freedom of movement of goods
4.Economic freedoms: The freedom of movement of services
5.Economic freedoms: The freedom of movement of persons
6.Economic freedoms: The freedom of movement of capital and payments
7.Economic freedoms: The right of establishment
8.EU competition law
9.Economic policies: An Example of Common Agricultural Policy/Food legislation
10.Economic policies: An Example of Common Trade Policy
11.Common Trade Policy: Combined Nomenclature
12.Application of international treaties in the EU
13.Regulatory framework of EU-Taiwan economic cooperation
14.EU legal system vs. non-EU legal systems: conflict of laws, rules of adjudication, recognition of foreign judgments in economic areas
15.Remedies available to private litigants against defective EU acts or national acts based on EU legislation
To make it possible for future Chinese lawyers to counsel on EU law to any companies having business relationship with the European Union
*Restrict to graduate students
*Restrict to students of College of Law.
*Classes in 10, A, B on Oct. 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 23.
Online Course Requirement
Graduate Institute of Law
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Email address: http://www.law.ntu.edu.tw/main.php?site_id=1