EU Law

EU Law : Text, Cases and Materials

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Written by two prominent experts in the field, the fourth edition of the market-leading EU Law: Text, Cases and Materials offers the reader an authoritative and comprehensive guide to the main fields of EU Law, both institutional and substantive. Through the distinctive mix of 50% text and 50% cases and materials, the fully revised and updated fourth edition addresses the significant recent developments in EU legislation, including four new chapters on topics of central importance. The new enlarged format includes a two-colour text design which easily distinguishes between author commentary and cases and materials. Craig and de Burca's EU Law: Text, Cases and Materials is the bestselling EU Law textbook - recommended by many institutions as a core text for LLB courses and trusted by thousands of students to provide an authoritative commentary on EU Law. Accompanied by an Online Resource Centre containing an: - interactive map of Europe with hot-spots on all EU member states, providing factual information on each member country - interactive timeline tracking key dates in EU legal history

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Product details

  • Paperback | 1302 pages
  • 190 x 244 x 48mm | 2,199.91g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Revised
  • 4th Revised edition
  • 0199273898
  • 9780199273898
  • 163,114

Review quote

"Student[s] studying from the Craig and de Burca book will emerge with a fine grasp of the positive law and much more... a very considerable achievement."--European Journal of International Law

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About Professor Paul Craig

Paul Craig, QC FBA is Professor of English Law, St John's College, Oxford Grainne de Burca is Professor of Law at Fordham University Law School

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Table of contents

1. The development of European integration; 2. The institutions; 3. Instruments and competence; 4. Legislation and policy making; 5. New forms of governance; 6. EU international relations law; 7. The area of freedom, security and justice; 8. The nature and effect of EC law: direct effect and beyond; 9. The application of EC law: remedies in national courts; 10. The relationship between EU law and national law: supremacy; 11. Human rights in the EU; 12. Enforcement actions against member states; 13. Preliminary rulings; 14. Review of legality I: standing; 15. Review of legality II: grounds of review; 16. Damages actions and money claims; 17. The single market; 18. Free movement of goods: duties, charges and taxes; 19. Free movement of goods: quantitative restrictions; 20. Free movement of capital and economic and monetary union; 21. Free movement of workers; 22. Freedom of establishment and to provide services; 23. Citizenship of the European Union; 24. Equal treatment of women and men; 25. Competition law: article 81; 26. Competition law: article 82; 27. Competition law: mergers; 28. The state and the common market

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