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Litigating European Union Law

Introductory course with preparatory e-learning modules

, 22 September 2010 – 24 September 2010
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310B13

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The purpose of this course, which is aimed primarily at national legal practitioners, is to
highlight the relevance of EU Law to the daily work of the national lawyer and to describe the
various types of proceedings before the Union Courts (the Court of Justice, the General Court
and the European Union Civil Service Tribunal) in which a national practitioner is likely to get
involved.

The participants will be able to deepen their knowledge through workshops.

E-learning
Participants will be provided with the opportunity to prepare for the course online and
test their knowledge via the ERA website.
The e-learning course is now available for registered participants.

Visit to the Court of Justice of the EU
The course includes a visit to the ECJ. The size of visitor groups to the ECJ in Luxembourg is strictly limited by the Court for practical reasons. Unfortunately we are therefore unable to guarantee that all participants will be able to attend. Places for the ECJ visit will be allocated to registered participants on a "first come, first served" basis.


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