Course title in Estonian
Euroopa Liidu siseturu õigus
Course title in English
European Union Internal Market Law
approximate amount of contact lessons
lecturer of 2019/2020 Autumn semester
lecturer not assigned
lecturer of 2019/2020 Spring semester
lecturer not assigned
The objective is to provide an overall picture of the internal market of the law of compulsory courses from more in-depth material. The educational material will focus on the customs union and four on freedom of movement of goods, persons, services and free movement of capital. The four freedoms of movement for free movement of goods and the associated restrictions are emphasized. EC Court of Justice focuses on comprehensively.
Brief description of the course
1. Trade policy, tax policy and customs union
2. Free movement of goods
3. Free movement of services
4. Free movement of persons, EU citizenship, and cooperation in justice and home affairs
5. Free movement of capital and monetary policy
6. Public procurement
7. Public enterprises and state aid
8. Trade between Member States discriminatory taxation.
Compulsory reading assignments including case briefs, legislation and scholarly articles to be read before lectures and seminars, as assigned by the lecturer and detailed in the course program.
Other tasks may include case analysis, written seminar papers, presentations, independent or group work as detailed in the course program.
Learning outcomes in the course
After a successful completion of the course, a student will:
¤ Be able to understand and identify the European union’s internal market structure. ¤ Be able to resolve the facts or legal facts of a hypothetical
Other methods as detailed by the lecturer in the course program, including individual or group problem solving exercises, case presentations/analysis, a term or scholarly paper, and attendance and participation in seminar discussions.
Lecture notes and curia and eur-lex websites ( www.curia.europa.eu , www.eur-lex.europa.eu) including the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union and the Treaty on European Union.
C. Barnard, The Substantive Law of the EU (OUP 2010), total pages 472.