EU Law after Lisbon by Andrea BiondiEU Law after Lisbon by Andrea Biondi

EU Law after Lisbon

EditorAndrea Biondi, Piet Eeckhout, Stefanie Ripley

Hardcover | February 19, 2012

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Many of the most controversial areas of reform initiated by the Lisbon Treaty were not negotiated in the Treaty itself, but left to be resolved during its implementation. Since the Treaty's entry into force, the implementation process has already had a profound impact on many areas of EU lawand policy, and consolidated new areas of power, such as over foreign investment. This collection gathers leading specialists in the field to analyse the Treaty's implementation and the directions of legal reform post-Lisbon.Drawing on a range of expertise to assess and comment on the Treaty, the contributors include both academics and practitioners involved in negotiating and implementing the Treaty. Focusing on the central issues and changes resulting from the Lisbon Treaty, the contributors examine the Treaty in thebroader background of how the EU, and EU law in particular, has been developing in recent years and provide a contextual understanding of the future direction of EU law in the post-Lisbon era.
Andrea Biondi is Professor of European Union Law and the Co-Director of the Centre of European Law at King's College London. Prof. Biondi is also visiting professor at the College of Europe in Warsaw, Universidade Catolica of Lisbon and at Georgetown University. He is a member of the Bar of Florence as well as being an Academic Member...
Title:EU Law after LisbonFormat:HardcoverDimensions:456 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0 inPublished:February 19, 2012Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Lord Mance: PrefaceI: Constitutional Framework1. Paul Berman: From Laeken to Lisbon: The Origins and Negotiation of the Lisbon Treaty2. Marise Cremona: The Two (or Three) Treaty Solution: The New Treaty Structure of the EU3. Alexander H Turk: Lawmaking after Lisbon4. Lucia Serena Rossi: Does the Lisbon Treaty Provide a Clearer Separation of Competences between EU and Member States?5. Bruno De Witte Witte: Treaty Revision Procedures after Lisbon6. Allan F Tatham: 'Don't mention divorce at the wedding, darling!': EU Accession and Withdrawal after Lisbon7. David Anderson and Cian C Murphy: The Charter of Fundamental Rights8. Giorgio Gaja: Accession to the ECHRII: Institutional Framework9. Francis G Jacobs: The Lisbon Treaty and the Court of Justice10. Andrea Biondi: Subsidiarity in the Courtroom11. Thomas Christiansen: The European Union after the Lisbon Treaty: An Elusive 'Institutional Balance'?12. Richard Corbett: The Evolving Roles of the European Parliament and of National ParliamentsIII: External Relations13. Piet Eeckhout: The EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy after Lisbon: From Pillar Talk to Constitutionalism14. Markus Krajewski: The Reform of the Common Commercial Policy15. Piet Eeckhout and Federico Ortino: owards an EU Policy on Foreign Direct InvestmentIV: EU Policies16. Ester Herlin- Karnell: EU Competence in Criminal Law after Lisbon17. Jose Luis Buendia Sierra: Writing straight with crooked lines: Competition Policy and Services of General Economic Interest in the Treaty of Lisbon18. Leigh Hancher and Francesco Maria Salerno: Energy Policy after Lisbon19. Stephen Weatherill: EU Sports Law: The Effect of the Lisbon Treaty