Tisza L. krt. 54.
University of Szeged - Faculty of Law
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soft law, international law, non-legal norms, formalism, binary approach, graduated normativity, grey zone theories
religion, First Amendment, definition of religion, natural concepts, functionalist definitions, non-essentialist approaches
European Union law, preliminary ruling procedure, Cartesio, appeal from the order of reference, national courts' right to refer, "Rheinmühlen setting"
European Community, Union citizenship, free movement of persons, self-sufficiency, Directive 2004/38/EC
European Court of Justice, preliminary ruling procedure, Dzodzi line of cases, Guimont, Leur-Bloem, reverse discrimination
European Union, constitutional status of EU law, conflict between EU law and domestic law, constitutional review, primacy of EU law
Law of the European Union, directives, preclusive effect, directly applicable measures without direct effect, indirect effect, Marshall/Foster/Dori doctrine
reverse discrimination, European Court of Justice, preliminary ruling procedure, useful answer doctrine, direct and unconditional renvoi, same solution approach, Dzodzi line of cases, Guimont, Leur-Bloem
methodology in jurisprudence, focal analysis, structured polysemy of general terms, the concept of law, ideal case of law
treaties; interpretation; application of law; fragmentation of international law; limited jurisdiction; International Court of Justice; Article 31(3)( c) of the 1969 Vienna Convention
customary international law, collective beliefs, chronological paradox, epistemic deficit, summative approach
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