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European schools: A subject of International Law Integrated into the European Union

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The European Schools were established on the basis of the Statute of the European School of 12 April 1957 and the Protocol of 13 April 1962 on the setting up of the European Schools with reference to the Statute of the European School. The Statute of 12 April 1957 and the Protocol thereto of 13 April 1962 were cancelled and replaced by the Convention of 21 June 1994 defining the Statute of the European Schools. The author describes the application by the courts of these agreements. He further explains the convergence process of the European Schools in the European Union.

Affiliations: 1: Professor of Business Law and Labour Law, University of Zwickau, Germany


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