In this summer school course the focus will be on the recent and controversial issues the EU's trade law and policy is confronted with. For example, the response of the EU to the globally growing protectionism, finding a balance between free trade and non-economic values, conclusion and enforcement of bilateral trade agreements or tackling the controversy attached to the investor – state dispute settlement (ISDS).
The European Union (EU) is the world’s largest trading power whereas the volume of global trade is greater than ever before. Since the establishment of the European communities, the external trade policy of the EU (officially called "the Common Commercial Policy") has been a major field of EU external relations and one of the Union’s most successful policies which allowed the block to speak with one voice on matters of its external trade. However, the EU trade policy faces a range of challenges in a quickly changing global environment. In this summer school course the focus will be on the recent and controversial issues the EU trade law and policy is confronted with such as its response to the growing protectionism and applying Trade Defence Instruments, finding a balance between free trade and non-economic values, conclusion and enforcement of bilateral trade agreements, or tackling the controversy attached to the investor – state dispute settlement (ISDS).
The list of confirmed speakers inlude:
The list of confirmed speakers include:
Urszula Jaremba, PhD in law, assistant professor of EU law - Dr Jaremba will adress the general issues, investors protection in the framework of the the EU's judicial protection architecture and the externalization of non-economic objectives through trade
Thomas Verellen, PhD in law, associate in an international leading law firm - Dr Verellen will address the recent issues in the area of TDIs
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For this course you are required to upload the following documents when applying:
Dr Urszula Jaremba LL.M MA | E: email@example.com
Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance | School of Law | Department of International and European Law