The Department of International and European Law teaches a wide range of courses related to Public International Law, Law of International Organizations and the Law of the European Union.
Courses taught by the Department of International and European Law:
Public International Law
The course covers the sources and principles of Public International Law, its subjects, the relationship of international law and domestic law, treaty law, responsibility of states, peaceful settlement of international disputes, state jurisdiction, law of diplomatic and consular relations, law of statehood, international environmental law, status of territory, law of the sea, international protection of individuals, international humanitarian law and the law of armed conflicts, international organizations.In some of the programs the lecture is accompanied by seminars where the most significant decisions of the International Court of Justice (such as the Nicaragua case, the Barcelona Traction case, North Sea Continental Shelf case etc.) are analysed and discussed by the students.