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European Union Law
European Union Law
3rd Edition
ISBN:  9781847037435
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  26 Apr 2011
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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Provides readers with a rigorously structured analysis of the institutional structure of the EU, its jurisdiction, its legal instruments and the main substantive principles underlying EU law.

  • Develops a detailed overview of EU substantive law and of the effect the various sources of EU law have within the legal order of every Member State
  • Outlines the main elements of the Lisbon Treaty
  • Explores the concept that the constitutional character of EU law is not limited to its "administrative law" aspects
  • Includes references to case law and legislative
  • developments as well as to academic literature in the major European languages
  • Covers significant developments in the EU, including the many changes brought about by the ratification of the Treaty of Lisbon
  • Contains examples, diagrams and tables to help readers grasp complex processes and retain information
CONTENTS
  • Part One: The European Union – Different Paths Towards Integration
  • Part Two: Jurisdiction of the European Union
  • Part Three: The Actors of the European Union
  • Part Four: The Decision-Making Process Within the European Union
  • Part Five: Sources of Law of the European Union
  • Part Six: The European Union in International Relations
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"It will without doubt become one of the major references about EU law in the English language." The Common Market Law Review
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