Cases and Materials on EU Law by Stephen WeatherillCases and Materials on EU Law by Stephen Weatherill

Cases and Materials on EU Law

byStephen Weatherill

Paperback | August 2, 2007

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Cases and Materials on EU Law is widely recognized as the most authoritative and successful book of its kind on the market. Written by one of the UK's leading European lawyers, it provides a complete and essential resource for all students of EU law.A comprehensive selection of important cases and legislation is supported by Weatherill's lively commentary and pertinent questions, which explain the materials and stimulate further discussion in an easy-to-read format. This popular text helps students to understand the development of the EuropeanUnion and its policies, covering the major judgments delivered by the European Court over the past forty years, and considering the effects the latest proposals and regulations will have. Online Resource CentreFor lecturers:Guidance on using the book when teachingFor students:UpdatesWeb linksInteractive mapAnimated timeline
Stephen Weatherill is the Jacques Delors Professor of European Community Law, Associate Director of the Centre for the Advanced Study of European and Comparative Law at the University of Oxford, and a Fellow of Somerville College. His research interests embrace the field of European Law in its widest sense, although his published work...
Title:Cases and Materials on EU LawFormat:PaperbackDimensions:696 pages, 9.69 × 6.73 × 1.57 inPublished:August 2, 2007Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199214018

ISBN - 13:9780199214013

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Table of Contents

I. The Constitutional Law of the EU1. The evolution of the European Union2. The sources of law3. The nature of Community law: supremacy4. The enforcement of Community law: 'dual vigilance'5. The direct effect of directives6. State liability7. Article 234: the preliminary reference procedure8. Control of Community institutionsEpilogue to part one: constitutionalismII. Community Trade Law and Policy9. Law and the economic objectives of the Community10. Fiscal barriers to trade: Articles 25 and 9011. Physical and technical barriers to trade: Articles 28-3012. Beyond discrimination: Article 2813. The free movement of workers: Article 3914. Freedom of establishment and the free movement of services; Articles 43 and 4915. European citizenship within an area of freedom, security, and justice16. Competition law and policyEpilogue to part twoIII. Policy-Making, Governance, and the Constitutional Debate17. Harmonization and common policy-making18. Subsidiarity, flexibility, and new forms of governance19. What sort of 'Europe'?Epilogue to part three: Europe's true soul