The course covers the fundamentals of the European Institutions decision-making process. Including:
module offers an insight into the decision-making processes within the
European Commission. The presentation starts with the key roles of the
Commission and explains how each of these roles is carried out. The
module presents the different steps in Commission policy preparation,
from consultation to impact assessments and to adoption of measures by
the College of Commissioners.The following topics are covered in this e-Learning module:• the Union method;• the role of the European Commission;• the principles of collegiality and administrative unity;• the planning cycle;• Impact Assessments;• external consultation;• internal consultation;• adoption procedures;• useful websites.Learning ObjectivesBy the end of the module participants will:• understand how the European Commission prepares policies and adopts decisions;• be able to discern the different roles and functions performed by the European Commission in the EU policy cycle;•
be able to identify specific information sources to deepen their
understanding of key actors, processes and procedures guiding the work
of the European Commission. - See more at:
The first part of the course will include an interactive presentation :
The second part will include a Q&A session.
This course doesn't have a session planned.
Lawyer qualified in Italy and
member of the Brussels Bar (E-list). LL.M. in European Competition and
Intellectual Property Law (English and French) I hold
a Master in International Law from Bologna University and I have been exchange
student at New York University School of Law and Copenhagen University. I have
worked as a junior in-house legal counsel, within the European Institutions and
in law firms.I apply my legal
expertise to a range of different legal and policy issues in particular related to the digital sector and
emerging business models.
Specialties: European Union Law (institutions and procedure, internal
market and competitiveness, external relations); European Policy Affairs (outreaching strategies, policy papers, policy events organizations); Digital legal and policy issues (monitoring, analysis and compliance); Transnational IP/ICT Law (e.g. development of IP strategy, negotiating
and drafting licensing agreements, trademark searches and transfer agreements);
IP & Competition Law (interplay e.g. technology transfer, settlement
agreements); Competition Law (compliance, restrictive agreements); Trade Law
(negotiating and drafting a range of commercial agreements).
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