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Law and practice of EU institutions

Arbeitsgemeinschaften
3 Std.
19.11.2018 - 12:45 bis 15:15, Hörsaal 4
26.11.2018 - 12:45 bis 15:15, Hörsaal 4
10.12.2018 - 12:45 bis 15:15, Hörsaal 4
21.01.2019 - 12:45 bis 15:15, Hörsaal 4
Verwaltungswissenschaftliches Ergänzungsstudium: Europa und Internationales
Verwaltungswissenschaftliches Ergänzungsstudium: Rechtsberatung und Rechtsgestaltung
Verwaltungswissenschaftliches Aufbaustudium: Europa und Internationales
Beschreibung
Draft programme Winter Semester 2018/2019

AG "Law and Practice of EU institutions"
Dr. iur. Lotte Madlen Tittor

 

1. European integration process and current disintegrative tendencies

Introduction and distribution of presentations.

19 November 2018


2. Who does what? Decision-making procedures in EU legislation

3 short presentations: The European Commission, the European Parliament and the Council.

Role play game on posted workers/ European Public Prosecutor

26 November 2018


3. Competences and jurisprudence of the European Court of Justice

Presentation 1: The competences of the European Court of Justice compared to national courts and to the European Court of Human Rights

Presentation 2: The procedures before the European Court of Justice

Discussion ("L'affaire de la guerre des fraises")

3 December 2018


4. Characteristics of European internal and external borders

Presentation 1: Internal borders: Schengen and the current exceptions

Presentation 2: Legal instruments for the protection of the external borders

Discussion (The case of the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland)

10 December 2018

 


5. EU measures in reaction to influx of migrants at Southern and South Eastern borders

Presentation 1: Overview of EU legislation on legal and illegal/irregular migration

Presentation 2: Review of the Common European Asylum System: the example of the Dublin Regulation

Discussion (Roles of the different EU institutions and the Member States)

17 December 2018

 

6. How does the European budget work?

Presentation 1: The annual budget: actors and procedure

Presentation 2: Why an additional multi-annual framework? How does it function?

Discussion (Filling the gap in case of Brexit)

7 January 2018


7. Study trip to European institutions in Strasbourg

- Visit of the European Parliament's plenary (live)
- Meetings with MEP and staff of the European Parliament
- Lecture on the European Ombudsman's office by Dr. Josef Nejedly

Wednesday 16 January 2019, full day.


8. The forthcoming European elections in May 2019

Presentation 1: Overview of the electoral system of the EU

Presentation 2: The concept of "Spitzenkandidaten"

Discussion and feedback.

21 January 2019

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