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European law has come to influence almost all fields of national law, including administrative, constitutional, contract, criminal and even tort law. But what is the European Union? How does it work? How does it produce European law? This book uses a clear framework to guide readers through all core constitutional and substantive topics of EU law. New content includes: a Brexit chapter covering the negotiation process and the possible future relationships between the United Kingdom and the European Union, new EU private international law and EU criminal law sections, and extended coverage of delegated legislation, human rights and free movement of persons. All chapters reflect judicial and legislative practice up to 31st December 2017. Key features include case extracts accompanied by extensive critical discussion of the theoretical and practical aspects of EU law, over 100 figures and tables clarifying complex topics and a companion website with full 'Lisbonised' versions of cited cases and many extra materials.Read more
- A Brexit chapter covers the negotiation process and the possible future relationships between the United Kingdom and the European Union
- Features over 100 figures and tables clarifying complex topics and illustrating relationships and processes
- Combines straightforward explanation with scholarly analysis, highlighting theoretical approaches and key academic debates
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- Edition: 2nd Edition
- Date Published: August 2018
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9781108455206
- length: 1018 pages
- dimensions: 247 x 172 x 40 mm
- weight: 1.98kg
- contains: 97 b/w illus.
- availability: In stock
Table of Contents
Part I. Constitutional Foundations:
1. Constitutional history: from Paris to Lisbon
2. Constitutional nature: a federation of states
3. European law I: nature – direct effect
4. European law II: nature – supremacy/pre-emption
5. Governmental structure: Union institutions I
6. Governmental structure: Union institutions II
Part II. Governmental Powers:
7. Legislative powers: competences and procedures
8. External powers: competences and procedures
9. Executive powers: competences and procedures
10. Judicial powers I: (centralised) European procedures
11. Judicial powers II: (decentralised) national procedures
12. Judicial powers III: EU fundamental rights
Part III. Substantive Law:
13. Free movement of goods I: negative integration
14. Free movement of goods II: positive integration
15. Free movement of persons: workers and beyond
16. Free movement of services and capital
17. Competition law: private undertakings
18. Internal policies: an overview
19. Brexit and the Union: past, present, future
20. Appendices: how to study European law.
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