Introduction to International and European Law
Full course description
This course consists of two parts: International law and European law. There will be two tutorials and one lecture every week. The first part of the course will be devoted to issues of international law, such as sources and subjects of international law, the law of treaties, state responsibility, jurisdiction and immunities, peaceful settlement of disputes and the use of force. During the second part of the course, European law matters such as the institutional structure and the nature of European law, competences and decision-making at the EU level, legal protection, and the internal market will be addressed. Every week students will have the opportunity to hand in an assignment on an international or a European law subject.
- Nigel Foster, Blackstone's EU Treaties & Legislation 2018-2019, Twenty-ninth edition (the previous edition is also acceptable)
- Nigel Foster, EU Law Directions, Sixth Edition
- Anders Henriksen, International Law,
- Elementair Internationaal Recht (Asser) (T.M.C. Asser Instituut, 2017)(the earlier edition is also fine)