Created by:  University of London

  • Professor Adam Gearey

    Taught by:  Professor Adam Gearey, Professor of Law

    School of Law, Birkbeck College, University of London
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 of 330 ratings

some parts were a bit abstract and some videos were a little hard to go through but overall it was really good.


I thought it was a very strong instructive overview during the first 5 lectures. I was disappointed that the last lecture deviated into less established legal territory where the lecturer conveyed a contested portrayal of the ideal normative relationship between the European Union and its constituent member states.

This is a very interesting course with lots of facts and explanation. Some of you may find it hard to complete the graded assignments but it's very satisfying to overcome them if you are not a law student. This course has given me more incentives to pursue a law degree.