E.U 8 - a.i.1 Considered neutral a.i.1.a Job is to look at...

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a.i.1. Considered neutral a.i.1.a. Job is to look at and understand the job of the EU a.i.1.a.i. Look at legal issues and during argument of the case, they will present to judge panel, and review of the case and suggested opinions to the judges a.i.1.a.ii. Judges don’t have to listen to advocate generals a.ii. 6 year term, judges each appointed by their respective member states a.ii.1. Ex; British judge, when term is up, the British will appoint someone else (unless current judge is reappointed, can serve only 2 terms = 12 years) a.iii. Can only remove a judge by all other 27 members voting unanimously against them b. Court can hear cases in 4 different ways b.i. Full court b.i.1. Usually reserved for extraordinarily important cases b.i.1.a.i. Ex; treaty negotiations b.i.1.b. Will only hold court if specifically asked by an EU institution or a member state b.ii. 3 judge panel b.iii. 5 judge panel b.iv. 13 judge panel b.iv.1. Grand Chamber b.iv.2. When there is an important case c.
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  • Fall '12
  • Nalsi
  • European Union, European Court of Justice, Institutions of the European Union, Court of Justice of the European Union, judge panel

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