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European Union Law Textbook 2nd ed


ISBN13: 9780199282449
Previous Edition ISBN: 0198700717
Published: March 2007
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



A highly accessible account of European Union law. The clear and concise commentary and explanations are complemented by summaries of key cases to illustrate the points of law. With a strong focus on active learning techniques, the book promotes an understanding of, and engagement with, the key issues through the use of chapter introductions, self-assessment questions, exercises, and summaries. Together with a glossary of key terms, these features help to guide and support students, making this an ideal choice for those studying introductory EU modules. Author Elspeth Berry (nee Deards)

New to this edition:-

  • Summaries of key cases throughout the text ensure students are aware of some of the most influential developments in the area to inform their studies further. Combined with the excellent range of interactive features, this text now represents a complete learning resource for students new to the subject.
  • Material relating to the amending Treaties is integrated into the first three chapters on the origins and instititions of the European Community, and sovereignty and sources of law, in order to help contextualise the amendments for new students
  • A glossary featuring key terms provides an easy point of reference and navigation for students new to this topic
Online Resource Centre:-
  • Student resources
  • Additional case extracts
  • Answers to end-of-chapter questions
  • Biannual updates
  • Web links

Subjects:
EU Law
Contents:
1. Origins of the European Community
2. The institutions of the Community and the EU
3. Sovereignty and sources of law
4. Community law in national courts
5. Preliminary references
6. Challenging Community acts
7. The liability of the Community
8. Free movement of goods
9. Free movement of persons
10. Competition law: Article 81 (ex 85)
11. Competition law: Article 82 (ex 86) ;