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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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Mathieu MONFRONT Université François Rabelais de Tours M1 - Juriste européen Since a few years the administrative
Discounts on prescription-only medicinal products is permissible for mail-order pharmacies in the EU
Written by Fabio Rotermund, Faculty of Law, University of Hamburg, Germany Erasmus student at Faculty of Law
Speech by EU Judge, Dr Marko Ilešič, on why students should study EU law and what challenges
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Baltic nation of 1.3 million inhabitants plans to use its EU presidency to showcase its stats as a digital frontrunner.
Despite many MEPs in the EU parliament striving for more openness and transparency, others don't appear to see it that way.
First minister Nicola Sturgeon, speaking on Tuesday at Scotland's parliament in Holyrood, confirmed that the Scottish government has put plans on hold for a second referendum on independence from the UK. The last vote took place in 2014, with 55.3% of ...
The European Commission fined Google €2.42 billion on Tuesday for breaking antitrust rules. "Google abused its market dominance as a search engine by promoting its own comparison shopping service in its search results, and demoting those of competitors," said EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager. The fine comes after a seven-year-long probe. Google says the commission cannot prove the claim, and is considering an appeal.