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LAW6001B EU Justice and Home Affairs (B): Criminal Law

Description

This 15-credit module focuses on European Union law on criminal law and procedure.

Decision-making in EU criminal law – the predominance of Member States and the 'democratic deficit'; The definition of criminal offences by the EU; The principle of mutual recognition in criminal matters; The development of EU rules on criminal procedure; The development of EU criminal law principles; Police co-operation in the EU and the role of Europol; Judicial co-operation in criminal matters and the role of Euro just; The external dimension of EU action in criminal matters.

Credits

15

Assessment

100 per cent exam

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