This blog is an educational tool created for the advanced level EU Constitutional Law course at Örebro University. The posts are written by the students in small permanent groups. There are three kinds of posts rotating between the groups:
- Review: reflection on a reading, which can be a newspaper article or a scholarly writing;
- Case-law: comment to a judgment of the European Court of Justice or of the General Court or comment to an opinion of the Advocate General;
- News and events: reflection on a recent event, e.g. a political decision taken at EU level or in a Member State that affects the relationship with the EU, a new legislative act, or a communication released by an EU institution.
The course is held in the second half of the Spring semester. In the rest of the year, occasionally, the blog is updated with informational posts and reading suggestions for students of EU law by Senior Lecturer Katalin Kelemen.
This blog has been created for education and information purposes only. It is not intended to be a source of legal advice and must not be relied upon as such. The posts reflect the views and opinions of their authors, not of the Law Faculty or the University as a whole.