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This blog is serving as a virtual meeting point for law students to interact and exchange their perspectives upon topical issues of EU law and upon their respective national legal orders. It is intended for students of all levels of studies and from around the globe. While posts in English are preferred, posts in other languages are also encouraged. We also encourage posts with short news concerning important legal developments, from EU and ECtHR judgments to developments concerning other EU institutions and national developments.
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Edmond Maduro, University of Aruba Aruba one multi-lingual island Aruba is a beautiful island located in the Caribbean.
Anni Petäjäniemi, University of Lapland According to the law about student’s financial aid, in Finland every student
Maria Leonor Cano Crespo Dargent, University of Lisbon A pregnant woman was seeing a psychiatrist in order
Ivan Bezniak, Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno, Belarus Belarus is discussing new amendments to the
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