European Law Master

Researchers of the RENFORCE Programme regularly contribute to courses in the master European Law. Courses offered or contributed to by our employees include: European Public Law, Constitutional Law of the European Union, International and European Criminal Law and Regulating the EU Internal Market.

This LLM programme takes an in-depth and strongly comparative approach to European law. During the year, students develop a strong foundation of knowledge in the European Union’s general structures and principles while at the same time pursuing your own individual research interests into a particular country’s legal system, or a specific area of law. Students focus on European law, but set it in the context of individual national laws, by examining case studies students learn to understand the way different governments respond to European legislation.

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