This colloquium is intended for students who are concurrently enrolled in European Union Law or who have taken an equivalent course on the European Union in the past. After providing an overview of how to conduct scholarly research on European Union law, the colloquium will meet to discuss ongoing research projects of the participants, and to delve more deeply into secondary literature and cutting edge research. Visiting research scholars working on the European Union are encouraged to attend and to present their work in this forum as well. The colloquium may also feature other guest speakers.With the instructor's permission, students may choose among various options for how to fulfill the requirements of the EU Colloquium (e.g. research paper or reaction papers) and the number of credits earned. Students concurrently enrolled in European Union Law may write a research paper in fulfillment of both course requirements. The colloquium meets for nine sessions over the course of the term beginning in the second week.
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