European Union Law (LAW-659-001)
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Analysis of the Treaty of Rome and other relevant legal instruments and the major institutions and characteristics of European Union law; basic freedoms of the treaty, including free movement of persons, goods, services, and capital; and European Union competition law, which investigates restrictive agreements, exemptions, abuse of dominant position, notification, group exemptions, and commission investigations.
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