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EU Single Market Law: The four fundamental freedoms and the impact of Brexit

The School of Law of UCLan Cyprus is pleased to announce, the delivery of a module on EU Single Market Law, with a focus on Brexit and the four fundamental freedoms at LLM level. This is an exciting and timely module as it investigates one of the primary and core objectives of the European Union in depth including the free movement of goods and persons and the latest developments after Brexit.

 This module is relevant to: advanced students in law, finance, business and cognate academic disciplines, professionals such as practising lawyers, legal consultants and professionals from any other discipline interested in the current state of the EU and the four fundamental freedoms.

The module will be delivered in the English language at an intermediate-to-advanced level. It will be taking place in person at UCLan Cyprus campus and online via MS Teams subject to applicable health and safety protocols in place at the time. Note that sessions will be recorded for quality assurance purposes in line with the University’s data protection policy (https://www.uclancyprus.ac.cy/data-protection-policy/)

 

CERTIFICATES OF COMPLETION

UCLan Cyprus, through its Law School, is an accredited provider of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programmes under the relevant Cyprus Bar Association scheme. This Course is designed for the continuous professional development (CPD) of young and other professionals in Cyprus and internationally. Subject to CPD certification by the Cyprus Bar Association, CPD points will be available for each day of participation. At the end of the module, the participation of lawyers practising in the Republic of Cyprus will be certified in accordance with the CPD requirements of the Cyprus Bar Association. Within a few working days of the end of the module, other participants will receive, by email, an electronic Certificate of Completion.

DATES:

11 March  |  15:00-21:00

12 March  |  10:00-17:00

18 March  |  15:00-21:00

19 March  |  10:00-17:00

 

The Course fee is €150 per day and €500 for the whole course per participant. The fee includes light lunch/coffee break subject to applicable health and safety protocols in place at the time. Full payment should be made by 4/3/2022 to the following bank account or through JCC Smart, UCLan Cyprus.

 

Bank account at Hellenic Bank Ltd/ Cyprus Cooperative Bank

Account Name: UCLan Cyprus Ltd

IBAN: CY89 0070 4430 0000 0000 4005 5808

Swift Address: CCBKCY2N

REF: LLM Module EU Single Market Law (state your name)

 

For more information relating to the course, click here

For any information or to book to attend the Course, please contact Dr Katerina Kalaitzaki ([email protected]) by 1 March 2021.

 

 Dr Katerina Kalaitzaki (Module Leader)   

 

Dr. Katerina Kalaitzaki is a Lecturer in EU Business Law at the University of Central Lancashire (Cyprus) since September 2021, where she has teaching duties both on the LLM and the LLB programmes in the areas of European Union Law, constitutional law, legal theory, and skills. Katerina holds a PhD in Law from the University of Central Lancashire, an LLM in European Law from the University of Nottingham and an LLB (Hons) from the University of Leicester, UK. She was awarded her PhD for her thesis “EU citizenship as a means of reinforcement of EU fundamental rights: challenges, developments, limits” in June 2019, after submitting it in December 2018. Katerina previously held an academic position in EU Law at the University of Edinburgh (2019-2021) where she acted as the Programme Director for the European Law LLM programme (2019-2020), Course Organiser for LLM and LLB courses and conducted research. Katerina is also an accredited mediator in Civil and Commercial Matters since April 2019 and a non-practising lawyer (Cyprus Legal Board) since September 2015. Katerina’s research interests lie in the area of EU citizenship and EU fundamental principles and values. Current projects deal with the development and/or potential use of these concepts, including the rule of law principle, during periods of crises such as Brexit, Covid-19 and the rule of law crisis.