Academy of European Law (ERA)

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  • 10 Key Questions for Lawyers e-Learning Course

    10 Key Questions for Lawyers e-Learning Course

    This specialised e-learning course offers a practical overview of the core elements of the Societas Europaea (SE). The content is structured in 10 key questions reflecting the day-to-day business needs of legal practitioners across Europe. On completing the course you will have a good overview of the most relevant issues concerning the SE.

  • EU Competition Law for National Judges e-Learning Course

    EU Competition Law for National Judges e-Learning Course

    This free e-learily activity as enforcers of EU competition law. Four EU law experts answer key questions about the content and enforcement of EU competition rules. At the end of each module there is a self-assessment quiz.

  • Fighting Child Pornography Online: 10 Key Questions e-Learning Course

    Fighting Child Pornography Online: 10 Key Questions e-Learning Course

    This e-learning course considers the main European and international legal instruments and provisions in place to fight child pornography online. Reference to key academic literature is provided and full details of this can be found in the embedded bibliography. Hyperlinks will allow you to find the relevant legal instruments and key cases. An e-library is also available. The course also features mini-video presentations (of five-seven minutes each)...

  • Introduction to European Criminal Justice Basic e-Learning Course

    Introduction to European Criminal Justice Basic e-Learning Course

    Contents: Legal and institutional framework for European criminal justice (prepared by Nadine Thwaites and Cornelia Riehle). The development from mutual legal assistance to mutual recognition in criminal matters (prepared by Nadine Thwaites and Cornelia Riehle). Facilitators of police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters (prepared by Nadine Thwaites and Cornelia Riehle).

  • ERA - Summer Course on European Environmental Law

    ERA - Summer Course on European Environmental Law

    Objective This five-day summer course will provide a thorough introduction to EU environmental law. Major principles and sources of European environmental law and the relationship between European and national environmental law. Key topics - Selected areas of environmental law: nature and biodiversity, waste management, climate change and environmental impact assessment - Enforcement of environmental law: procedural rights in environmental matters and...

  • Basic Courses

    Basic Courses

    The courses will give you an introduction to an area of law. The courses are prepared by legal specialists. They cover an average learning time of 3 hours and are composed of several online modules and an interactive self-assessment test.

  • Specialised Courses

    Specialised Courses

    These deepening courses focus on a specific development or on a particular area of law. The courses contain interviews of legal experts in the topic to help you get the most out of your training. Some of the courses consist of providing a comprehensive answer to 10 practical questions.

  • e-Presentations – More Than Simple Video Podcasts

    e-Presentations – More Than Simple Video Podcasts

    e-Presentations focus on latest developments or a specific topic issue in a particular area of law. Leading practitioners and academics on EU law speak about one specific topic or problem. The recording and the speaker's presentation are combined in a split-screen video podcast, together with full hyperlinked supporting material. They cover an average learning time of around 45 minutes.

  • EU Competition Law E-learning Course in Charts

    EU Competition Law E-learning Course in Charts

    This interactive tool will give you a comprehensive overview of the essentials of EU competition law. It will improve your knowledge of European antitrust rules, the European legislation on mergers and the European State aid system. The charts will guide you through the relevant primary and secondary legislation and provide you with extensive references to the case-law. This E-learning tool has been developed by ERA on the basis of charts created by...

  • 10 Key Questions on the General Principles of EU Law as Applied by the CJEU to Criminal Justice e-Learning Course

    10 Key Questions on the General Principles of EU Law as Applied by the CJEU to Criminal Justice e-Learning Course

    This e-learning course answers 10 key questions on the general principles of EU law as applied by the CJEU to criminal justice and its interpretation of concepts of substantive and procedural criminal law. This e-learning course analyses the interpretation of substantive and procedural criminal law concepts. It is a tool designed to facilitate the use by criminal justice practitioners of the broader CJEU case law in criminal cases in which EU law...

  • The European Arrest Warrant: 10 Key Questions for Defence Counsel e-Learning Course

    The European Arrest Warrant: 10 Key Questions for Defence Counsel e-Learning Course

    This e-learning course answers 10 key questions on the role of the defence lawyer in European Arrest Warrant (EAW) proceedings.Each answer provides the reader with a structured overview of the topic as well as detailed information regarding relevant instruments and cases. Before going in-depth into the answers to the 10 key questions, the reader can follow a brief summary of the history of the EAW.

  • The Preliminary Reference Procedure before the CJEU e-Learning Course

    The Preliminary Reference Procedure before the CJEU e-Learning Course

    This e-learning course explains the practical aspects of the preliminary ruling procedure before the Court of Justice of the European Union.  It provides in-depth knowledge for national judges who may be confronted with a decision on whether or not to refer a case to the Court of Justice, as well as other legal practitioners who might be involved in the procedure. It will help judges in writing the order for reference. It also describes the...

  • How to Make the Best Use of the Case Law of the CJEU on EU Copyright in Your Legal Practice? Ten Questions on European Copyright Law e-Learning Course

    How to Make the Best Use of the Case Law of the CJEU on EU Copyright in Your Legal Practice? Ten Questions on European Copyright Law e-Learning Course

    This specialised e-learning course offers a practical overview of the guidelines developed by the CJEU in its preliminary ruling decisions on the EU copyright framework. The content is structured in ten key questions helping legal practitioners across Europe to understand how these concepts should be interpreted before national courts. On completing the course you will have a good overview of the most relevant issues concerning the EU copyright...

  • EU Law on the Transfer of Undertakings: 10 Key Questions for Practitioners e-Learning Course

    EU Law on the Transfer of Undertakings: 10 Key Questions for Practitioners e-Learning Course

    This e-learning course answers 10 key questions on EU law on the transfers of undertakings, with special attention to the interpretation by the CJEU of questions on the scope of Directive 2001/23. This e-learning course designed for employment and labour law practitioners analyses the main issues in the Transfers of Undertakings Directive 2001/23/EC as interpreted by the Court of Justice of the European Union in its substantial case law on this topic....

  • Summer Course on European Environmental Law

    Summer Course on European Environmental Law

    Objective This five-day summer course will provide a thorough introduction to EU environmental law. Lectures coupled with case studies, workshop and quiz sessions will offer a comprehensive overview of EU environmental legislation and policy as well as of CJEU case law. Key topics Origins, principles and sources of EU environmental law EU environmental law-making Implementation and enforcement of EU environmental law Public participatory rights...

  • Academy of Euroean Law - Europe’s Energy Transition

    Academy of Euroean Law - Europe’s Energy Transition

    Objective Climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time and since energy production accounts for nearly 80% of EU greenhouse gas emissions, effective action on energy production and its use is essential to tackle climate change. This conference will focus on the climate action targets set by the EU to guarantee a transformation towards an energy-efficient and low-carbon economy. The event will address the latest topics in energy...

  • Made-to-measure Training

    Made-to-measure Training

    A European law training concept adapted to your specific need. Many of the ERA events are organised for particular customers, such as professional associations, public bodies, law firms or companies. They are targeted at a specific audience and can either be “prêt-à-porter” – based on the model of an event already organised in our open programme – or “made-to-measure” in line with your particular needs...

  • Academy of Euroean Law - Environmental Protection, Internal Market, Economic Instruments: Joining the Dots

    Academy of Euroean Law - Environmental Protection, Internal Market, Economic Instruments: Joining the Dots

    Objective The aim of this seminar is to unpack the linkages between environmental law and policy and other areas of EU law, such as internal market rules, competition law, the market-based mechanisms for environmental protection as well as the public procurement and EU trade rules. It will offer an overview of the latest developments regarding legislation, case law and best practices in these crosscutting areas facilitating the exchange of experiences...