Nicole Grmelová lecturing on work of the European Parliament and representation of citizen interests (148)
This Saturday, on March 9, from 15.30 to 18.00 (Room C213), as well as on Tuesday, March 12, from 18.00 to 21.20 (Room C302), our guest lecturer Nicole Grmelová will be lecturing on the European Parliament (EP). The topic of the EP activities will be dealt with as seen from the inside, with a special emphasis on the role of this only directly elected EU institution in the field of defending the rights of the citizens.
Nicole Grmelová worked as a lawyer-linguist for the European Parliament between 2004 and 2008. At present, she teaches EU Law and EU Institutions at the University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic. In 2012 she defended her doctoral thesis on the European Ombudsman.
Students are encouraged to prepare questions they may have on the legal status of an EU official or on the life in Brussels and/or Strasbourg, where the European Parliament plenary sessions take place.
The lectures will be held in English.
These lectures are hosted by the Faculty of Law.