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eu law June 25, 2016

Posted by Bradley in : eu , trackback

This past semester I taught EU law for the first time since 2012 although it was a regular part of my teaching since I came to Miami for a long time until I began teaching contracts. Over the years I have written a number of articles which focus on or refer to EU law. I studied European Community Law before there even was a European Union. All of a sudden I belong to a country which is going to leave that Union. And although I can understand that some people might think that one can teach EU law generally – direct effect, supremacy, free movement without a sense of the domestic law context in which EU law operates, for me it was always important to have an idea about the relationship between EU law and a domestic legal system. And the one I knew about was the UK (well, England and Wales). So probably if I teach EU law in the future it will be a different sort of EU law course from the one I taught for many years.
This past semester I asked my students to read speeches by Lady Justice Arden and Lord Mance – provocative and interesting speeches with ideas about the future development of EU law. Ideas which will be lost.

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