José Manuel Barroso to Teach on a Católica LL.M. Course

The former European Commission president will teach an LL.M. course on Europe

This semester, Universidade Católica Portuguesa's Católica Global School of Law is launching a new LL.M. course that focuses on Europe.

The new course is called "the Dynamics of European Union Institutions," and notably will be taught by former European Commission president José Manuel Barroso.

The new course will be available to students in the school's LL.M programs in “Law in a European and Global Context” and “International Business Law."

Barroso's first lecture, on the "European Union and the Lusophone World” will take place on February 26th.

Barroso served as president of the European Commission between 2004 and 2014. Before that, he was prime minister of Portugal.

For more information, please see the recent Católica press release announcing the new course or the school's full profile on LLM GUIDE.


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