A modular approach:
|Jerzy Buzek [at that time President of the European Parliament on "Essential EU Law in Charts": "...It is more than ever essential for students, legal practitioners, national judges, and indeed the citizens whom we represent in the European Parliament, to have concise and practical resources to help them understand the Union's dynamic legal order. Charting complex areas of Union law clearly and understandably goes very much in this direction and should therefore be warmly welcomed."
Florian Holzer (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München): "... Das ist die Meisterklasse der Rechtsvisualisierung."
Both finalist teams of the 2013 European Law Moot Court Competition (www.elmc.org) used the Charts on EU competition law as well as Essential EU Law in Charts for preparations and even for the finalist pleadings in front of the real ECJ judges at the ECJ in Luxemburg (the team of the University of Leiden eventually won the final against the team of the KU Leuven; congratulations to both teams!) [Posted 12.4.2013]
The Project reached an agreement with the Academy of European Law in Trier (www.era.int) to turn the Charts on EU competition law into an e-learning module. [Posted 1.1.2012]
The National School of Judiciary and Public Prosecution (KSSiP) of Poland, which country currently holds the EU presidency, acquires the licence rights to translate a large number of EU law Charts into Polish and use them online and on paper for its statutory tasks. [Posted 1.7.2011]
“Essential EU Competition Law in Charts” has been fully translated into the Hungarian language. This new edition is also published by HVG-Orac; ISBN 978-963-258-125-5 [Posted 15.4.2011]
The Academy of European Law ERA in Trier agreed with the Project to include EUR-Charts materials in their forthcoming e-learning courses. ERA is a non-profit public foundation that provides training in European law to judges, public servants and private practitioners. Its patrons include most EU member states and it is supported by the EU. [Posted 14.3.2011]
The companion website for the new book “Essential EU Competition Law in Charts” features:
The EU Parliament, Policy Department Economic and Scientific Policy, Internal market and consumer policy, ordered its Briefing Paper 2010 on “Internal Market beyond the EU: EEA and Switzerland” to be supplemented by a set of EUR-Charts diagrams. [Posted 8.2.2010]
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