Welcome to ERA – Academy of European Law


ZUSATZNAVIGATION

My ERA

Bookmarks

Shopping basket
Grafik-Link: Button Login.
0 pages
0 articles


SCHMUCKBILD + LOGO


INHALT


BREADCRUMB


Litigating Community Law

, 16 February 2009 – 18 February 2009
Language:

Event number:
009B01

Areas of law:

The purpose of this seminar is to provide participants with the fundamentals on the Union’s judicial system, judicial remedies and the interaction between European and national jurisdictions.

The seminar will, on the one hand, highlight the relevance of Community law in litigation before national courts and hence for the daily work of the national lawyer. They will examine Community law’s effect in the national legal systems (such as direct effect and indirect effect) and they will analyse Community law’s requirements on national remedies and procedures. On the other hand, the seminar will describe the various proceedings before the Community Courts (the European Court of Justice, the Court of First Instance and the Civil Service Tribunal) in which a national practitioner is likely to become involved (actions of annulment, infringement proceedings, preliminary reference proceedings and actions for non-contractual liability).

The seminar will feature classic lectures and an interactive workshop session, as well as a visit to the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg. Participants will have the opportunity to take a preparatory online e-learning course before the seminars.

Mailing List


DOCUMENTS


Programme

IMPORTANT NOTE


Important note
Participation in this conference can contribute to your continuing professional education.


SERVICE

  • Logo: Facebook
  • Logo: Twitter
  • Logo: Youtube
  • Logo: LinkedIn