Comparative European Contract Law
intermediate - advanced / 3rd - 4th year
This is a Themis course. It is also open to non-Themis students.
Course Type and Course Schedule
lecture / intensive course over 4 entire daysonline course in the winter term 2020/21, no classroom teaching
Students must be online during the dates and times provided in the course catalogue. Please check the course hours through the link provided under the headline "Time Schedule and Course Venue" (below).
5 (if course has been attended regularly and exam has been passed)
The course will be held in every winter semester.
Time Schedule and Course Venue
An up-to-date electronic course catalogue for the winter semester will be available on the website http://www.fu-berlin.de/vv from late August to late February. Please select "Fachbereiche" - "Rechtswissenschaft" - "Staatsexamensstudiengang" and "Fremdsprachiges rechtswissenschaftliches Lehrangebot" in order to find out course hours and rooms.
This course deals with recent developments in Contract Law within the EU. Subjects include legislation and leading cases on essential questions such as conclusion of contract, contractual liability and anti-discrimination in EU member states. The discussion on a future European Contract Law that has recently been put into focus by the publication of a Common Frame of Reference (CFR) shall be dealt with as well.
yes (that means that the number of participants is limited and that you might not get a place in this course)
You will find this course under "Study Program for Exchange Students - Module 2"
registration period: 1 - 30 October 2020, 12 p.m. (noon)
In order to know if you have obtained a place in this course, please check out your course plan on Campus Management (tab "Stundenplan") from 31 October 2020.
As long as there are still seats available after the registration period has expired, they will be allocated according to the principle "first come, first served" if you sign up by 20 November 2020.
De-Registration from this Course
regular drop period: 1 October - 20 November 2020
After the regular drop period you can only drop this course with a valid cause until 14 days prior to the exam. Please contact the International Office at the Law Department if you have to use this option.
Type of Exam
There will be a written final examination.
The exam will probably take place at the end of this course.
Registration for the Exam
Students will automatically be registered for the exam when they sign up for this course.
De-Registration from the Exam
Students who drop this course via Campus Management are automatically de-registered from the exam. Students who do not drop this course via Campus Management and do not take the exam, are going to finish this course with a non-passing grade (0 points).