ILAP627

European Public Law

15 points

Not offered 2020, offered in 2017, 2018, 2019

For further information see School of Law

Description

The course will examine key elements of the European Union's Constitutional and Administrative Law. The course also explores the relationships between the supra-national EU structures and the individual constitutional and administrative traditions of individual states. This will provide students with an understanding of the complexities of Twenty-First Century multi-layered governance in general and the European Union model in particular. Topics to be examined will include, democracy in multi-layered systems, federalism, executive accountability, administrative/law justice and policy making in the EU. Specific topics examined will vary according to current issues.

Pre-requisites

Subject to the approval of the Programme Director

Restrictions

EURO333; EURA333; LAWS388