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This volume of essays is the outcome of a project between the European University Institute and the Harvard Law School. The project looks in detail at the application of EC law by national courts and the interaction of the demands of EC law with the constraints imposed by national legal orders and national constitutional orders.
The volume comprises seven country studies which are shaped around a common research protocol. These are supplemented by three cross-cutting studies which draw on the country studies as well as on broader contextual research work aimed at trying to understand the role of the European Court of Justice. The results of this multi-national research attempt to assess the impact of the European Court of Justice on the leading member states of the European Union.