International and European working law and environmental law

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International and European working law and environmental lawCode de l'UE : HMCH122

Présentation

1. Introduction, general concepts, institutions.
2. Individual and Collective labour law.
3. International and Comparative labour law.
4. European labour law and Social policy.
5. European and International social security law.
6. Environmental law sources

Objectifs

- To have a general knowledge in the field of labour law and social security law, at both an international and European Union level.
- To understand the interaction between European, international and national labour law.
- To understand the current issues in the field of European labour law and social policy.
- To be able to recognize the legal issue in case law
- To have a general knowledge in the sources of environmental law and the institutions
- To be able to make a comparative in environmental law between France and other countriesissues
Formation expérimentale : Study of case related to similarities and differences between national laws in Europe

Pré-requis recommandés

1st cycle degree or a bachelor degree in Chemistry, Physics, Materials Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Bio-chemical Engineering, or equivalent degrees in one of the previous domains.

Volume horaire

  • CM : 15
  • TD : 0
  • TP : 5

Syllabus

European Environmental Law , After Lisbon, 4th edition, par Jan H. Jans et Hans H.B. Vedder
Europa Law Publishing, Groningen, The Netherlands , 2012, 560 pages, ISBN: 9789089521064
Environmental protection, Law and Policy : Text and materials by Jane Holder and Maria Lee in the law in context series published by Cambridge University Press

Diplômes intégrant cette UE

En bref

Crédits ECTS 2

Période de l'année
premierSemestre

Langue d'enseignement
fr

Contact(s)

Contact(s) administratif(s)

Andre AYRAL (andre.ayral @ umontpellier.fr)