Published: 18 Nov 2015
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European Union Law is written for students on LLB and GDL courses and aims to reflect developments in legal education.
The book fully explores the core areas of European Union law whilst setting them in a contextual and practical framework too. Its writing style is accessible to all.
Key cases are summarised and explained in discrete boxes whilst the law is abundantly illustrated with diagrams, tables, and other visual aids. To show how the law applies in reality, cases are presented and examined in separate boxes. At the end of each chapter, summaries enable students to remember the main relevant points and, to encourage them to engage further with the law, there are suggested reading lists.
THE FOUNDATIONS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
Creation of the European Community and European Union
The Institutional Framework of the European Union
Division of Competences between the Union and the Member States
The Sources of European Law
The Law-making Process in the European Union
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EU LAW AND NATIONAL LAWS
The Constitutional Pillars of European Union Law
The Effectiveness of European Union Law
THE EUROPEAN JUDICIARY
The Court of Justice of the European Union
Preliminary Ruling Procedure on Interpretation and Validity
Judicial Supervision of European Union Institutions
TRADE WITHIN THE SINGLE MARKET
The Internal Market and Harmonisation
The Free Movement of Goods: The Customs Union and the Abolition of Tariff Barriers
The Free Movement of Goods: The Abolition of Non-tariff Barriers
The Free Movement of Goods: Derogations and Justifications
Freedom to Exercise an Economic Activity
Core Concepts of Competition Law
Substantive Competition Rules Applicable to Undertakings
Public and Private Enforcement
EUROPEAN CITIZENSHIP AND THE FREE MOVEMENT OF PERSONS
The Free Movement of European Citizens