European law can be classified as supranational, international, European or national. European regional law can apply to: Eastern European law, Central and Eastern European law, Baltic law, Southern European law, Nordic law, Western European law. European Union Law is a set of legislations and treaties that deals with policies of European Union member states, including constitutional law and the EU competition law. This law is introduced by European Parliament and the Council of the European Union.
During a Bachelor’s course or Master’s degree in European law, students have an insightful view on treaties and conflict of laws, human rights and remedies for breaches, consumer protection and organizational competition law and other aspects that target countries.
European law studies offer an overall look on countries and states in an international context and, also, a deep analysis of European Union’s structure. Graduates can apply their knowledge with careers as lawyers or legal consultants at the European Union, in state agencies or even in private companies. As a result, European law graduates have significant flexibility in choosing a country they want to practice in.Read more