The course will present evolution of judicial protection of fundamental rights in the European Union. The course will explore tension between fundamental rights in general and market freedoms and how it is resolved by the judiciary, particularly through development and application of judicial doctrines of proportionality and margin of appreciation in case law of European courts.
The course offers interactive discussions, presentations and group work on the following topics:
Prof. dr. sc. Snjezana Vasiljevic, M. Phil (Cantab), Ph.D (Zagreb),is the associate professor of the European Union Law at the Faculty of law, University of Zagreb, ad hoc judge at the European Court of Human Rights and the holder of the Jean Monnet Module in EU Law and Gender. As a British Government Chevening Scholar, she earned her the master's at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, Darwin College. She is the expert of the EU Fundamental Rights Agency, Council of Europe and the Committee for Justice of the Croatian Parliament.
30 hrs. of teaching
(eLearning site assignments and GoogleMeet interactive lectures)
Guests lectures from:
Court of Justice of the EU
European Court of Human Rights
International Non-governmental Organisations