LA6030 - European Union Law
Module Code: LA6030
Module Title: European Union Law
This piece of coursework will be assessed by reference to the following criteria:
1. Demonstrates clear, precise, detailed and up-to-date knowledge of the field.
2. Recognizes and assesses the relevant critical issues.
3. Formulates relevant and supported arguments/criticism.
4. It is focused, well-structured, well-supported and clear.
5. Demonstrates an ability to research and use relevant primary and secondary sources.
This coursework assessment is designed to allow students to show how the following learning outcomes have been achieved:
Knowledge: An ability to discuss the EU institutions in their political and social context.
Thinking skills: An ability to analyse the inter-institutional balance, relate it to the sui generis nature of the EU and formulate criticism.
Subject-based practical skills: An ability to retrieve relevant Treaty amendments, and to research and use relevant primary and secondary sources.
Skills for life and work (general skills): Enhance communication and presentation skills.
Instructions to Students:
PLEASE NOTE: Assessments MUST be properly referenced and MUST include a bibliography. Adequacy of referencing will form part of the marking criteria.
Answer the following question
‘The Member States’ shared concern with the democratic character of the European Union manifested itself in successive rounds of Treaty reform which over time increased the formal powers of the European Parliament quite dramatically.’
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