A course on “EU PROCEDURAL LAW” (in English)

(winter semester 2016/2017  –  lecturers: dr. Alicja Sikora and dr. Saulius Kalėda)

We are delighted to inform you that, during the winter semester 2016/2017, the Chair of European Law will propose a course on „EU Procedural Law”, taught jointly by dr. Sikora and dr. Kalėda, visiting lecturers, who both are practicing EU law at the EU Court of Justice.

The course is addressed to students willing to develop a thorough understanding of legal issues related to the proceedings before the EU judiciary. We will aim at giving you comprehensive knowledge of direct remedies available at the EU courts in Luxemburg (both the General Court and the Court of Justice), as well as making you acquainted with legal intricacies of the mechanism of preliminary references from the national courts, including the urgent preliminary ruling procedure. This knowledge should allow you to engage in academic discussion on variety of modern topics related to the EU judicial architecture – such as access to justice in Europe or remedies in case unreasonably lengthy judicial proceedings. Besides this theoretical background, the course will address practical issues of bringing and pleading your case before the EU courts.

The lectures will start October 21, 11h30-17h00 (at room no 302, ul. Olszewskiego 2) and will be subsequently scheduled as follows:

November 25, 11h30-17h00;
December 9, 11h30-17h00;
January 13, 11h30-17h00,
January 27, 11h30-17h00

Do not hesitate to write us, should you have any questions (alicja.1.sikora@uj.edu.pl).

We warmly invite you to attend the course,


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