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Blueprints: EU Law

ISBN13: 9781408279021
Published: July 2014
Publisher: Pearson Education Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £19.99

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Blueprints act as a primer for the deeper study of the law. They're more substantial than a revision guide (but more succinct than a course textbook) and they're to be used throughout their study, not just at revision time.

They provide an overview of the law: the structure of the subject and how the topics fit together in the big picture. Blueprints provide a unique plan for studying the law, giving a visual overview of the fundamental building blocks of each topic and the academic questions/various outside influences that come together in the study of law.

Blueprints USPs:

  • Students can struggle to "see the wood for the trees" when grappling with cases, legal definitions and complex processes. This series draws the students attention to the larger framework and enables them to place everything within their proper (and memorable) context.
  • Other books attempt to present the letter of the law in basic terms, using features to distil and highlight important bits of knowledge. Blueprints goes a step further by presenting the study of law as both an academic subject and a force in society (our day to day living).
  • The visual learning is impressive and unique. It provides a clear understanding of legal study and an engaging introduction to each subject.
  • Blueprints should appeal to universities as a non-threatening learning resource that could be used harmoniously alongside materials the university provides or recommends. They are compatible with popular course structures.

EU Law
PART 1: The constitutional law of the European Union and jurisdiction of the EU Courts 1 The historical background to the European Union 2 Decision-making in the EU institutions 3 The Court of Justice and the preliminary reference procedure 4 The sources of EU law and competences of the EU 5 General principles and fundamental rights 6 The supremacy of EU law 7 Direct and indirect effect 8 The principle of State liability 9 Enforcing EU law against Member States under Articles 258-260 10 Judicial review and damages under Articles 263,265, 277 and 340 PART 2: Free movement and the single market 11 Customs duties, discriminatory taxation and state monopolies 12 The free movement of goods 13 Union citizenship 14 The free movement of workers 15 The right of establishment and the freedom to provide services

Series: Blueprints

Blueprints: Constitutional and Administrative Law ISBN 9781447904977
Published January 2015
Pearson Education Ltd
Blueprints: Equity and Trusts ISBN 9781408277294
Published July 2014
Pearson Education Ltd
Blueprints: Land Law ISBN 9781447904946
Published June 2014
Pearson Education Ltd