Presentación / Presentation

EUJuris

EU JURISDICTION AND PROCEEDINGS -EUJURIS

Jurisdicción y procedimientos en la UE / EU Jurisdiction and proceedings

EUJuris

Jean Monnet Module 621025-EPP-1-2020-1-ES-EPPJMO-MODULE

Presentación / Presentation

Módulo dedicado al estudio de la Jurisdicción y procedimiento ante el Tribunal de Justicia de la Unión Euorpea.

Module focused on EU Court of Justice Jurisdiction and proceedings.

Module Leader

Dr. Joaquín Sarrión Esteve. Module leader and responsible of the Recent challenges and cases on EU procedural issues research line.

Scientific Commitee

formed by senior Academics, who are also Staff Members of the Module:

Dr. Yolanda GÓMEZ SÁNCHEZ, Professor of Constitutional Law and Director of the

Dr. Pedro TENORIO SÁNCHEZ

Dr. Carlos VIDAL PRADO

Dr. Cristina ELÍAS DÍAZ

Dr. Roberto CIPPITANI

the Committee will guarantee the highest scientific quality of the teaching, researching and events of the EU module.

Others Staff Members

Dr. Fernando VAL GARIJO

Dra. María José CABEZUDO BAJO

Dr. Leyre BURGUERA AMEAVE

Dr. Luis Miguel GONZALEZ DE LA GARZA

Dr. Daniel CAPODIFERRO

Dra. Blanca CID

Dr. Pedro J. PÉREZ ZAFRILLA, responsible of Ethics Challenges in the EU judicial proceedings

Dra. Cristina BENLLOCH DOMÈNECH, responsible of The relevance of Gender in EU judicial proceedings research line, and Community Manager of the project.

Activities

  • Teaching activities (50 hours each year, a total of 150 hours):

–EUJuris – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, editions- Seminar in EU Procedural Rights, a new presential and distance learning optional seminar of 5 hours focused on the ECJ procedure and particularly procedural rights. To be developed in the academic courses 2020/2021, 2021/2022 and 2022/2023 at the Faculty of Law of UNED.

–EUJuris Winter School – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, editions- “EU Court of Justice and EU judicial proceedings. Theory and Practice”, a new intensive course organized as a Winter School, which will provide a highest profile specialization in the EU jurisdiction, the proceedings before the ECJ, and other related issues. Course of 30 hours to be developed in the academic courses 2020/2021, 2021/2022 and 2022/2023 at the Faculty of Law of UNED.

EUJurisTraining Course – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, editions- “How to litigate in the proceedings before the EUCJ”. A new training course focused on practical aspects of the EU litigation and to act in the proceedings before the Court of Justice of the European Union. To be developed in the second semester of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd years with 15 hours in each of the editions (a total of 45 hours over 3 years).

All the teaching activities will been coordinated by the leader of the module, with the participation of Key Staff Members, and with the overview, support and review of the Scientific Committee in order to guarantee the highest quality of the materials, and of the teaching and evaluation of the teaching activities.

  • Research activity

Recent challenges and cases on EU procedural issues,prof. in charge J. SARRION. Research study on the most important challenges and cases related to EU procedural issues and procedural rights (in the proceedings before the Court of Justice of the European Union), developed by the legal scholars of the module team.

Ethics Challenges in the EU judicial proceedings, prof. in charge P. J. PÉREZ ZAFRILLA. Research study on the most important challenges from the perspective of Ethics applied to judicial proceedings and the litigation.

The relevance of Gender in EU judicial proceedings, prof. in charge C. BENLLOCH. Research study on the most important challenges from the perspective of Gender applied to EU judicial proceedings and the litigation, with Social analysis, qualitative research. Relevant for the development of the course and the improvement of the didactic materials (see deliverables 2), and the final book (deliverable 4).

 



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