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The EU Courts

Fee: 150€    
Target Group 
This module is addressed to all those concerned by European Union law and the functioning of the Court of Justice and the General Court, such as European lawyers and judges, but also other members of the legal and judicial professions, academics, and people working in national and European administrations. 

Content 
This module first provides an overview of the European Courts’ organisation, structure and composition. It then briefly discusses the catalogue of judicial remedies under EU law and thus, procedures heard by the Courts. Particular attention will be given to demonstrating the jurisdiction of the existing Courts. The module concludes with an analysis of future potential developments of the Court of Justice. 
The main topics covered are: 
• European Court of the European Union as the institution of the EU; 
• structure and organisation of the Court: Court of Justice, General Court and the Civil Service Tribunal; 
• composition of the Courts; 
• jurisdiction of the Courts and overview of the procedures; 
• future of the Court of justice of the EU. 

Learning Objectives 
By the end of this module the participants will gain a solid understanding of the institutional component of the judicial system of the EU.
Tomasz Kramer
Lecturer
Expertise
EU Law;European Integration;Fundamentals Rules, Rights and Principals;EU Law Approximation and Implementation;Mutual Recognition of Diplomas;

Bio

Tomasz Kramer (PL) joined EIPA’s Antenna in Luxembourg, the European Centre for Judges and Lawyers, as a Lecturer on March 1, 2010. In 2005, he obtained a MA in European Legal Studies from the University of PoznaƄ (PL) and, in 2006, a LL.M. in European Law and Economic Analysis from the College of Europe, Bruges (BE). Under the Erasmus programme, he studied one year at the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences at the University of Rennes (FR).

Tomasz Kramer's professional experience includes positions as consultant with a consultancy firm dealing with investment projects financed by resources from the European structural funds and with drafting of an executive regulation on the National Capital Fund for the Polish Ministry of Economy (2004-2005). Furthermore, he was course director (2006-2008) and freelance project manager (2009) at the Academy of European Law in Trier responsible for developing training programmes in the field of the EU internal market law, company law, competition law and regulation of network industries. In 2009, Tomasz moved to Luxembourg to work for firms providing corporate legal services before joining EIPA.


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