Complete EU Law: Text, Cases, and Materials

Complete EU Law: Text, Cases, and Materials

Paperback Complete

By (author) Elspeth Berry, By (author) Matthew J. Homewood, By (author) Barbara Bogusz

$52.90
List price $60.00
You save $7.10 11% off

Free delivery worldwide
Available
Dispatched in 2 business days
When will my order arrive?

  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Format: Paperback | 616 pages
  • Dimensions: 186mm x 240mm x 30mm | 1,020g
  • Publication date: 8 November 2013
  • Publication City/Country: Oxford
  • ISBN 10: 0199595313
  • ISBN 13: 9780199595310
  • Illustrations note: colour tables, diagrams
  • Sales rank: 512,382

Product description

This innovative new text in the Complete series combines extracts from leadings cases and articles with expert author commentary in a concise and student-friendly format. The ideal resource for students new to the subject, case and legislation extracts are included throughout the text to provide you with a well-rounded, contexualized understanding of EU law. Extracts are clearly introduced and explained with critical questions to guide your reading and help develop your own analytical skills ready for exams and further study. Each chapter includes further resources such as definitions, diagrams and review questions to help build your understanding of the subject and support you throughout your course. Further reading and assessment questions are also included for each topic, helping you to prepare for exams and providing a useful springboard for further research and essay preparation. One of the first new textbooks to be written after the Lisbon Treaty, Complete EU Law provides contemporary and dynamic discussion of this expansive subject, considering the development of the EU alongside its practical relevance to current Union citizens. Online Resources This text is also supported by an Online Resource Centre which includes: * An interactive timeline and map illustrating the development of the EU and providing essential background knowledge of the Union and its Member States * Video clips from the European Commission showing key moments in EU legal history * Updates from the authors allowing you to stay on top of key developments in EU law * Self-test questions with instant feedback to help check your understanding and assist with revision * Outline answers to assessment questions to help develop your essay and problem-solving skills ahead of exams

Other people who viewed this bought:

Showing items 1 to 10 of 10

Other books in this category

Showing items 1 to 11 of 11
Categories:

Author information

Barbara Bogusz is Lecturer in Law at the University of Leicester where she teaches EU law. Barbara also teaches Land Law and Intellectual Property Law and is the author, with Roger Sexton, of Complete Land Law (Oxford University Press, 2013).

Review quote

This text takes a detailed and fresh approach to the topic, the variety of learning instruments will appeal to students. Chris Pawlowska, Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Greenwich Clear and comprehensive, this text is accessible for students and offers a clear platform for a full understanding of the subject. Federico Ferretti, Lecturer in Law, Brunel University London The text is well-written and the information is spot on for students. The diagrams and case explanations are brilliant - they really helped clarify my understanding of difficult areas. Michael Henshall, Student, Staffordshire University

Table of contents

1. The origins of the European Union and EU Law ; 2. Official institutions of the European Union ; 3. Sovereignty and sources of law ; 4. Enforcing EU law rights in national courts ; 5. Member State liability in damages ; 6. Preliminary references ; 7. Challenging EU action or inaction ; 8. EU liability in damages ; 9. Human rights in the EU ; 10. Free movement of goods ; 11. Free movement of persons ; 12. Freedom of establishment and freedom to provide and receive services ; 13. Competition law: Article 101 TFEU ; 14. Competition law: Article 102 TFEU ; 15. Enforcement of EU competition law