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This book examines from a practical perspective the increasingly significant impact of European Community law on English domestic law and procedure. It examines both the general principles of how EC law is given effect in the English courts, and also the impact that EC law has had on a number of particular key areas of English law. The highly eminent team of contributors is drawn from members of the judiciary and leading academics and practitioners in the field.
The volume will be welcomed by practitioners and scholars alike as an illuminating study of how the domestic legal community has responded to the challenges posed by a new legal system which seems fundamentally different in many respects from their own.;From the Foreword by Lord Bingham of Cornhill, the Lord Chief Justice;'The book makes plain the pervasive influence of Community Law on broad swathes of our economic and social life. Through the medium of our national courts, Community Law has become a central feature of legal life, and it can no longer be seen (as perhaps it once was) as an arcane study pursued by a handful of eccentric lawyers with a taste for the occult