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He has undertaken twice in and research on the constitutional challenges in the European Monetary Union in the aftermath of the economic and financial crisis funded by the European Central Bank. Theodore is currently working on a new monograph concerning the conduct of UK foreign policy and its impact upon the law of the Constitution. The aim is to conceptualise as well as revisit some foreign policy issues in the light of recent constitutional developments. Theodore welcomes approaches for supervision from prospective PhD students. LLM University of Kent,. Konstadinides, T.
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It will deal with the action for infringement of Union law article TFEU and discuss the reference for a preliminary ruling on the interpretation of Union law in view of the fact that the national courts use that procedure to test the compatibility of national legal provisions with Union law. The third part will deal with the judicial protection against unlawful action by the European Union institutions. It will discuss the action for annulment article TFEU , the action for failure to act article TFEU and the claim for damages articles and TFEU , and will discuss the reference for a preliminary ruling on the validity of acts of the EU institutions where the applicant can not bring a direct action article TFEU.
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The final part will briefly deal with some special procedures proceedings for intern measures article TFEU and appeal article TFEU and explore the specific procedural requirements of lodging and pleading an action before the General Court and the EU Court of Justice.
This course analyses several aspects of EU economic law. It consists, on the one hand, of lectures on the Internal Market taught by Prof.
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Mathijsen 13h , and on the other hand, of a series of guest lectures, dealing with several current European economic law issues 13h. During the academic year , the guest lectures dealt with the following topics: "New economic governance of the European Union", "State aid compliance in the financial sector" and "Private competition litigation". The course aims at providing a broad overview of international and European human rights law, case law, policy and practice. The course is divided into 3 parts.
The second part looks closer at the different institutional and procedural systems of protection and promotion of human rights: the universal UN-system, and the regional systems at European both CoE and EU , Inter-American and African level. It compares their principles and implementation mechanisms. The third part is devoted to the analysis and discussion of more substantial issues in human rights, such as, for example: - collective rights and the right to self-determination of peoples; - privacy and personal data protection; - the prohibition of torture and inhuman treatment, and imprisonment; - the right to food and the fight against hunger; - freedom of expression on the internet ; - cultural diversity and universal human rights; - freedom of religion in secular states; - ….
The course is structured around lectures and seminars that demand active participation of students. The course first provides an overview of the main international economic organizations, with particular attention for the structure and functioning of the "Bretton Woods" institutions International Monetary Fund, World Bank. The course then concentrates on the main contemporary international economic organization, the World Trade Organization WTO. After a brief introduction outlining the main theories and facts of international trade, the main trade obstacles, and a short history of trade law, the institutional aspects structure and functioning of the WTO are analyzed, with special focus on the dispute settlement system.
Some time will also be spent on horizontal issues such as trade and environment and development. Attention will be given to the dynamic development of the law in these areas, by reference, where appropriate, to selected dispute settlement cases or to ongoing multilateral trade negotiations. The course will thus provide knowledge about a wide range of fields in international economic law and provide for a better understanding of the main actors, procedures and institutions.
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The purpose of the course is to develop a thorough understanding, both from a theoretical and practical perspective, of a subject matter that is key to any person professionally engaged in a modern economy facing the challenges of globalization: the law and economics of international competition policy. The primary but not exclusive focus is on the main principles of the European Union's competition policy, not only given the size of the EU's economy and its population but also since it increasingly serves as a model for the competition law of many countries outside the EU.
Within the area of competition law, in particular restrictive practices, abuses of dominant position, mergers and public undertakings with special or exclusive rights are considered. For that purpose, reference is made to legislation and policy documents, important judgments of the EU Court of Justice, decisions of the European Commission and doctrine. Both substantive and procedural questions are examined, as well as international aspects.
Attention is also given to the political and economic rationale of competition rules, with a special emphasis on the role of economic analysis in the enforcement of competition law as well as the legality and acceptability of enforcement in light of the protection of fundamental rights and freedoms, in particular the right to a fair trial and the freedom of commerce. The course examines, from a legal point of view, the external relations of the European Union. The first part of the course analyses the EU as an international actor. It traces the historical development of the EU as an international actor, examines the legal personality of the EU, the institutional framework of EU external relations, and the external competences of the EU.
The second part of the course is devoted to the instruments and procedures of EU external relations, including the negotiation and conclusion of international agreements, the relationship of EU law and international law, mixed agreements, the EU's participation in international organizations, and the relationship of Member States' agreements and EU law.
The third part of the course is devoted to the major policy areas of EU external relations, in particular the Common Foreign and Security Policy, the common commercial policy, development cooperation, and other cooperation policies. Throughout the course, the innovations to EU external relations brought by the Lisbon Treaty are considered and critically assessed.
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Understanding EU law making in its international context continues to grow in importance. Various life-long career paths in the public sector, but also in the private sector due to the increasing deliberative approach to law-making, deal with these issues. This is particularly well illustrated in the area chosen as a case study, EU environmental law, because the policy and law-making take place in an intricate context of multi-level governance.
The students need to engage in various activities in different phases of the legislative procedure, playing the roles of the Commission, the Council, the Parliament and the civil society stakeholders.
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The role-play exercise thus completes the theoretical knowledge of postgraduate law students on environmental decision-making in the EU with a practical, hands-on case study. Increasingly prominent in practice, problems arising in the procedures of international courts and tribunals concern areas as diverse as the handling of expert evidence, the burden and standard of proof, imbalances in the representation of parties, access to the court or tribunal and the independence and impartiality of judges and arbitrators.
Whilst raising fundamental questions concerning the status in law of principles of procedural fairness, the topic encompasses not only the procedural law of international courts and tribunals narrowly construed i. The book brings academics and practitioners together to initiate ground-breaking research into this novel topic.
It employs comparative approach whereby contributors will analyse the procedures and practices of various international courts and tribunals. The aim is to identify patterns of commonality and divergence in the core standards of procedural fairness of international courts and to develop a holistic understanding of the nature of procedural fairness and the challenges to its realisation in the international judicial system.
His work has been instrumental in improving awareness and understanding of the key legal and political issues concerning ratification of the ICC Statute. He commenced an applied research project on ratification of the Statute of the International Criminal Court by Armenia in with the aim of engaging directly with the political and legal issues on the domestic scene.
Although the Armenian delegation to the Rome Conference had strongly supported the adoption of the Rome Statute, no moves were taken until to initiate the constitutional process of ratification.
On 13 August , the Constitutional Court ruled that the Rome Statute conflicts with the Constitution on two points, which halted the process of ratification for a decade. It was held as the negotiations between the EU and Armenia on an association agreement, which included a duty for Armenia to take steps to ratify the Rome Statute, were approaching their climax.
This report was approved by President Sargsyan, who tasked the Commission to draft constitutional amendments based on the report for the consideration of the National Assembly with a view to a referendum being held per the constitutional procedure. When the draft amendments were published by the Commission in the summer of , no amendment was submitted concerning the Rome Statute to the National Assembly. Instead, the Commission held closed meetings in October and ultimately decided against proposing an amendment to enable ratification. The workshop participants received a concentrated period of training on the ICC Statute system of jurisdiction and admissibility, the Rules of Procedure and Evidence, testimonial evidence, the rights of defendants and victims, professional ethics of defence counsel and practical aspects of advocacy before the ICC.