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The Interaction Between Europe's Legal Systems: Judicial Dialogue and the Creation of Supranational Laws

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ISBN13: 9781848446786
Published: August 2012
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £80.00



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This detailed book begins with some reflections on the importance of judicial interactions in European constitutional law, before going on to compare the relationships between national judges and supranational laws across 27 European jurisdictions. For the same jurisdictions it then makes a careful assessment of way in which ECHR and EU law is handled before national courts and also sets this in the context of the original goals and aims of the two regimes. Finally, the authors broaden the perspective to bring in the prospects of European enlargement towards the East, and consider the implications of this for the rapprochement between the two regimes.

The Interaction between Europe's Legal Systems will strongly appeal to academics and students in European law, comparative law, theory of law, postgraduate students and LLM students in European law and in comparative law.

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Subjects:
EU Law
Contents:
Part I
1. The Interaction between Europe's Legal Systems: An Introduction to the Investigation
2. The Formal Parameter
3. The Law in Action

Part II
4. External Convergence: Towards a Rapprochement of the EU and ECHR Regimes After the Enlargement of Europe to the East
5. The Enlargement of Europe to the East and the Reaction of the European Court of Human Rights
6. The Enlargement of Europe to the East and the Reaction of the European Court of Justice
7. Conclusions

Index