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LAW210   Advanced EU Law   (20 credits)

Year Running: 2018/2019
Credit level: F5
Additional Information   Only available to law students


This module is one of the core/optional foundation subjects of the Qualifying Law Degree programmes offered by Sheffield Law School. Building on `Public Law in the UK and the EU┬┐, it explores the institutional structure and legal framework of the EU, as well as its substantive law. The module offers a distinct perspective on the dynamics of the EU, focusing on fundamental rights, the internal market and citizenship. Students will engage with Treaty provisions, EU legislation and cases, and practise a range of legal skills in applying EU law to concrete situations, thereby developing their employability.


Reading List

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Teaching Methods

Delivery Type Hours
Independent 169.0
Lecture 18.0
Seminar 10.0

Methods of assessment

Assessment Type Duration % of formal assessment Semester
Exam 6.0 80 % S1
Other 6.0 20 % S1

Teaching methods and assessment displayed on this page are indicative for 2020-21. Details will be available from the academic department.