Advanced Summer Course in European Internal Market Law overview

Advanced Summer Course in European Internal Market Law took place from the 23th to the 28th June 2014 in Tempus Centre Zagreb. The aim of this interdisciplinary advanced course  was to introduce the attendees – young researchers and teachers working at the co-beneficiaries in Partner Countries – to the methodology of teaching courses in European Internal Market Law and Economics at European universities which participate in Tempus Project InterEULawEast. Advanced Summer Course consisted of numerous lectures given by European experts in law and economics, during which the attendees had a opportunity to pose questions and give their remarks. 

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Promotion of InterEULawEast - Journal for the International and European Law, Economics and Market Integrations took place on 26 June 2014 at Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb

On 26 June 2014 promotion of new scientific journal InterEULawEast - Journal for the International and European Law, Economics and Market Integrations took place in Library and Documentation Centre at Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb. The Journal was promoted at solemn ceremony by Professor Hana Horak, Editor-in-Chief and Professor Jurica Pavičić, Vice-Dean for Scientific and Administration Affairs of Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb, in presence of numerous representatives of Tempus Project co-beneficiaries, members of editorial board, representatives of Faculty's staff and students. 

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PROGRAM

Advanced Summer Course in European Internal Market Law will take place from 23 to 28 June 2014 in Zagreb, Republic of Croatia. Due to the current situation in Ukraine, the consortium made of all project partners has agreed on change of venue from Odessa to Zagreb.

The aim of the Course is to provide in-depth training on modern issues of European integration and European Internal Market Law for Partner Countries staff, young researchers, assistants and lecturers employed at Partner Countries institutions. The programme will include holding lectures by EU experts, studying relevant ECJ's case law, acquiring practical knowledge on searching relevant  data bases on EU law, while at the same time enhancing networking among participants, raising cross-culltural awareness as well as development of  Partner Countries' staff teaching skills in order to prepare them for teaching of students who will be enrolled at future International and European Master Programme, developed within the framework of the Tempus InterEULawEast Project. The knowledge given to participants in various areas of EU law will enable participants to understand logic behind market integration and functioning of EU legal system ("integration through law") and will serve as a model for curriculum development at Partner Countries institutions.

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