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EU Law for Non-Lawyers

(2 modules)

The body of national law derived from EU directives and regulations expands into all areas of government and officials in both national and EU administrations play an increasingly active role as administrators and enforcers of EU law. Therefore, they need sufficient understanding of legal norms to avoid actions incompatible with EU legislation, leading to compensation claims against them and their authority. On the other hand, regulatory affairs professionals from business and professional associations are required to possess good knowledge of EU legislative framework in order to actively influence the EU law-making process. This series of tutorials will provide a concentrated, in-depth introduction into the most important rules of EU law. It is divided into 2 modules, starting with the EU legal framework and the new comitology system after Lisbon, moving to decision-making in the EU institutions, and ending with Internal Market rules and case law of the Court of Justice. Practical case-studies and workshop should enable participants to better understand various legal acts and their application in practice.

When

24 Feb 2014 @ 09:00 am

26 Feb 2014 @ 05:00 pm

Duration: 2 days, 8 hours


Where

Management Center Europe

Rue de l'Aqueduc 118

Belgium


Organised by

EIPA Luxembourg

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