Do all EU legal acts need to be transposed into national law? How do I do it?”
“How to avoid overlap or conflict with other national legislation, while implementing EU laws?
“What is ‘gold plating’, in the context of EU law approximation, and how can I avoid it?”
Knowledge and competencies in aspects like these are critical to ensure that you implement an EU directive or regulation at the national level in a correct, timely, effective, and cost-efficient way.
This 2-day course is a comprehensive guide covering all steps of the EU law approximation process, from the adoption of the EU legislative act, to its implementation and notification, and finally, to the possible consequences of late, wrong or non-implementation.
What you will learn in this course:
By the end of the course, you will be able to:
Whom is this course for:
This course is best suited for officials involved in the processes of making or implementing EU laws. This could include:
Course methodology/ highlights:
This two-day workshop is very practice-oriented and uses a mix of short presentations, case studies, group work, simulations, and ;
Two weeks prior to the workshop, we will send you a questionnaire inviting you to indicate the extent of your association with law approximation. You will also have the possibility to mention specific questions about the approximation process that you would like the course to address.
What others say:
“Very well done! This was my first seminar since I’ve started working with the ; I never imagined that it would be such a fantastic experience. Huge well done to Peter and Tore for leading the seminar, (and) lecturers Tomasz (and) Sabrina (…) and Juliette for taking care of ;
23 Sep 2019 @ 08:45 am
24 Sep 2019 @ 05:30 pm
Duration: 1 days, 8 hours
European Centre for Judges and Lawyers
2 Circuit de La Foire Internationale