degree conferred on someone who successfully completes law school
- He got a master's degree in law.
- Can she get the law degree?
- The Commission verified whether this company enjoyed, both in fact and in law, the necessary degree of independence from the State for setting its export price.
- ‘doctoral programme’ (third cycle) means a research-related programme of higher education study that follows a higher education degree and leads to a doctoral degree offered by a higher education institution or, in those Member States where this is in accordance with national law and practice, by a research centre;
- It is settled case-law that, in order that an agreement between undertakings may affect trade between Member States, it must be possible to envisage, with a sufficient degree of probability on the basis of a set of objective factors of law or fact that it may have an influence, direct or indirect, actual or potential, the pattern of trade between Member states.
- The risk cannot be dealt with effectively under other procedures laid down in specific rules of Community law, taking into account the nature of the safety problem concerned, and in a manner compatible with the degree of urgency of the case.
- In view of the continuously developing market in consumer credit and the increasing mobility of European citizens, forward-looking Community legislation which is able to adapt to future forms of credit and which allows Member States the appropriate degree of flexibility in their implementation should help to establish a modern body of law on consumer credit.
- Having stressed the principles stemming from Community case-law on the degree of product interchangeability, the Court considered that the Commission should have carried out the necessary checks to obtain the relevant data to enable it to distinguish the export agency market from that for the export of French-language books in general.
- ‘masters student’ (student in second cycle) means a person enrolled in a second cycle programme of higher education who has already obtained a first higher education degree or has an equivalent level of learning recognised in accordance with national law and practices;
- In view of the nature of the hazard, the risk posed by magnetic toys cannot be dealt with effectively under other procedures laid down in specific rules of Community law in a manner compatible with the degree of urgency of the case.
- In order to contribute to solving this problem it is appropriate to bring about a degree of harmonisation at Community level of the liability arising out of any marine casualty caused by a recognised organisation, as decided by a court of law, including settlement of a dispute through arbitration procedures.
- Under the Netherlands General Law on Old-Age Insurance the following persons are also regarded as ‘married’ or ‘spouse’: unmarried persons of the same or different sexes who are living in a joint household on a permanent basis, unless they are persons who are blood relations of first or second degree.
- As established by case law , in a situation in which a fund enjoys ‘a degree of latitude which enables it to adjust its financial assistance having regard to a number of considerations such as, in particular, the choice of the beneficiaries, the amount of financial assistance and the conditions under which it is provided, (…) the system is liable to place certain undertakings in a more favourable situation than others’ .
- ‘post-doctoral researcher’ means an experienced researcher who is in possession of a doctorate or who has at least three years of full-time equivalent research experience, including the period of research training at a research centre established in accordance with national law and practice, after obtaining the degree which formally entitled him/her to embark on a doctorate offered by a higher education institution;
- Moreover where the conduct of publicly financed advertising activities is entrusted to private firms, in order to exclude the possibility of aid to the firms carrying out the campaigns, the choice of the private firm concerned must be made on market principles, in a non-discriminative way, where necessary using tendering procedures which are in accordance with Community law, and in particular with case-law using a degree of advertising sufficient to enable the services market to be opened up to competition and the impartiality of procurement procedures to be reviewed.