European Union Substantive law (ćwiczenia) - 2018/2019

Course description
General information
Lecturer:mgr Katarzyna Woch
Organising unit:Faculty of Law, Canon Law and Administration - Instytut Europeistyki
Number of hours (week/semester): 1/15
Language of instruction:English
Course objective
1. explanation of the rules governing the functioning of the internal market in the European Union, in particular the so-called EU freedoms;
2. deepening the knowledge about the functioning of the European Union in the areas of the selected EU policies relevant to the functioning of the economy;
3. introduction and analysis of the ECJ (CJEU) case-law
Classess for year I of the EU Law. Prerequisites: 1. knowledge of the institutions of the European Union and their competence 2. knowledge of the basic sources of EU law, the legislative procedure in the EU and the importance of case-law of the Court of Justice of the European Union.
Learning outcomes
1. K_W03 – student has the knowledge of the contemporary international instruments and patterns of cooperation.
2. K_W5 - students has the knowledge of how the international community functions.
3. K_W07 - student has the knowledge of the EU functions, knows EU law, EU system of legal protection, has the knowledge of EU policies and rules and regulations concerning economic cooperation between member states

1. K_U02 - student has the ability to forcast the tendencies in regional itegration processes as well as in international cooperation
2. K_U03 - student has the ability to analize and interpret the UE law sources
3. K_U04 - student has the ability to determinate the position of social and economic entities on the internal market

1. K_K02 – student has ability to work in a team and cotribute to the team
2. K_K04 -student has the ability to participate in the social, political and economic events.
Teaching method
Verbal: discussion, talk;
Overview: multimedia presentations, tables

Practical: case studies, group work, case-law, legal analysis
Course content description
1. The concept of internal market
2. Free movement of persons
3. Free movement of services and establishment
4. Restrictions of personal freedoms
5. Free movement of goods
6. Free movement of capital (payments)
Forms of assessment
ASSESSMENT METHOD: mid-term test, final test, activity during classes
Required reading list
- Artur Kuś (ed.), Introduction to European Union Institutional Law, Lublin 2013.
- Trevor Hartley, The Foundations of European Union Law, 7th Edition, Oxford 2010.
- Damian Chalmers, Gareth Davies, Giorgio Monti, European Union Law, Cases and Materials, 2nd Edition, Cambridge 2010.
- Treaty on European Union (TEU) and Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) available at
- Selected cases of the European Court of Justice available at

C-192/99 Manjit Kaur; C-369/90 Micheletti; C-148/02 Garcia Avello; C-135/08 Rottman; C-66/85 Deborah Lawrie-Blum; C-344/87 I. Bettray; C-53/81 Levin; C-196/87 Udo Steymann; C-293/83 Gravier; C-184/99 Rudy Grzelczyk; C-212/97 Centros; C-221/89 Factortame; C-41/74 Yvonne van Duyn; C-36/75 Rutili; 249/81 Commission v. Ireland (Buy Irish); C-267/91 Keck;
Field of study: European Union Law
Course listing in the Schedule of Courses:
Year/semester:Year I - Semester 1
Number of ECTS credits: 0
Form of assessment: Grade