Admission to the Master International Relations, track European Union Studies.
This course aims at analyzing EU policies and initiatives in the field of Justice and Home Affairs and at understanding the processes at the basis of their development. The course will engage participants in an in- depth study of the different aspects of the “Area of Freedom, Security, and Justice” (AFSJ): JHA policy concepts, actors involved in this field, policy-making processes, cooperation mechanisms and theoretical frameworks allowing us to understand this area. The course has been designed to provide students with the necessary tools to take informed positions in academic and policy-oriented debates about the AFSJ.
Having successfully completed the course, students will be familiar with the main legal questions that arise in the context of the AFSJ. In terms of skills, the students will be able to find sources (judgments, secondary legislation) and to identify the important elements of these sources. The Moot Courts furthermore enables them to use their academic skills, by applying researched knowledge to specific cases and train their oral and organisational skills by pleading in groups.
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Mode of instruction
Lecture and group assignments.
Class participation and paper.
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To be announced.