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This collection of essays arises from two symposia held at the University of Cambridge, Centre for European Legal Studies, in the spring and summer of 1997. It presents an analysis of issues arising from the EU public law arena, but falls into two interrelated but distinct parts. The first part deals with issues of liability in public law and the availability of remedies in EC and domestic law, including: member state liability in damages; the role of Article 215; the Community system of remedies; the domestic liability of public authorities in damages; and tortious liability in EC law. The second part deals with EU public law more broadly, by examining the phenomenon of cross-fertilization among national legal systems in Europe and between national systems and EU law. The essays in this section include: the cross-fertilization of concepts in constitutional law; cross-fertilization in EU administrative law; transplantation and cross-fertilization; constitutions and judicial power; and cross-fertilization in Italian administrative law.