The second chamber examines, among others, cases concerning economic activities, state aid, and taxation.
The third chamber focuses, among others, on cases concerning social welfare and health care, competition and public procurement, governmental functions and general administrative law.
The fourth chamber examines cases related to asylum, residence permits, international protection and aliens.
The chambers do not, however, exclusively handle cases concerning the aforementioned subject-matters but may examine any types of cases falling within the Court's jurisdiction. There are as many as 239 different categories of cases.