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A new edition has been abandoned before publication:
Briefcase on European Community Law 3rd ed isbn 9781859417645

Briefcase on European Community Law 2nd ed

ISBN13: 9781859412589
ISBN: 1859412580
New Edition ISBN: 1859417647
Published: September 1999
Publisher: Routledge-Cavendish
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

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The second edition of Briefcase on European Community Law provides a useful study aid for all students of EC law, particularly those studying for the LLB or CPE. The book concentrates on those cases which are likely to be covered in any of these teaching programmes and those featuring in the main EC law textbooks. The aim has been to produce a user-friendly book which can be used as an aid to revising the facts and judgments of the most important cases in this rapidly developing area of law.

The book covers the institutions of the EC, the sources and effect of Community law in the domestic legal system, the main pronciples of Community law and the mechanisms for enforcement. The main areas of substantive Community law concerned with the free movement of goods, persons, services and establishment are also included. This new edition has been amended to take account of the changes introduced to the EC Treaty by the Treaty of Amsterdam.

Student Revision Aids
The Institutions of the European Union Community; Legislation; Enforcement of Community Law; Indirect Enforcement of Community Law Through the National Courts; Supremacy of Community Law ;Direct Effect of Community Law ;Extending the Effect of Community Law ;General Principles of Community Law ;Creation of a Customs Union and Discriminatory Internal Taxation ;The Free Movement of Goods ;The Free Movement of Workers ;Freedom of Establishment ;Sex Discrimination