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The Italian Influence on European Law Judges and Advocates General (1952-2000)

Edited by: Daniele Gallo, Roberto Mastroianni, Fernanda G. Nicola, Lorenzo Cecchitti

ISBN13: 9781509967766
To be Published: October 2024
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £100.00

Drawing on expertise from across the worlds of the judiciary, the bar, and legal academia, this book provides fascinating insights into the role of a key member state and how it informs the wider Union's development.

This collection sheds light on the Italian influence on European law by examining the judicial biographies of Italian judges and advocates general during almost five decades of the European Union. It explores the national ties of judges and AGs to their Member States, to better understand the continuous relationship between judges and their Member States' governments and how they practice the principle of judicial independence, a central pillar of the ECJ's rule of law jurisprudence.

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