EU Law: Text, Cases, and Materials / Edition 5

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Overview


The fifth edition of Craig & de Burca EU Law: Text, Cases, and Materials provides clear and insightful analysis of all aspects of European Law in the post Lisbon era. Building on its unrivalled reputation as the definitive EU Text, Cases, and materials book, this edition looks in detail at the way in which the Treaty of Lisbon has radically changed both the institutional and substantive law of the European Union.

Paul Craig and Grainne de Burca are noted scholars on European Law who have a wealth of experience of both teaching and writing in this subject area. Working closely as an author team for nearly twenty years, they succeed in bringing together a unique mix of illuminating commentary and well-chosen extracts from a wide range of primary and secondary materials.

Many of the chapters have been substantially or wholly rewritten, including those on key areas such as Institutions, Legal Instruments and the Hierarchy of Norms, Competencies, and Legislation and Decision-Making. All of the chapters have been revised to take account of developments in case law and legislation, and to make students aware of cutting edge academic debates. There is in addition a new chapter on EU Criminal Law. The new edition therefore gives readers a clear understanding of the changes made by the Lisbon Treaty and the way in which the legal and political landscape has developed since it came into force. A revised table of contents facilitates navigation through the book.

The Online Resource Centre will contain information about the book and sample chapters.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780199576999
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
  • Publication date: 11/15/2011
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 5
  • Pages: 1304
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.70 (h) x 1.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Paul Craig, QC FBA is Professor of English Law at St John's College, Oxford. Paul is one of the foremost scholars on European Law and Administrative Law. His recent book The Lisbon Treaty: Law, Politics, and Treaty Reform (OUP, 2010) is the definitive work on the Treaty of Lisbon.

Grainne de Burca is Professor of Law at Harvard Law School and a leading expert on European Union Law, European human rights law, and European and transnational governance. Professor de Burca has written widely on European Union Law and is co-editor of the Oxford University Press book series Oxford Studies in European Law.

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Table of Contents

1: The Development of European Integration
2: Institutions
3: Competence
4: Instruments and the Hierarchy of Norms
5: Legislation and Decision-Making
6: New Forms of Governance
7: The Nature and Effect of EU Law: Direct Effect and Beyond
8: The Application of EU Law: Remedies in National Courts
9: The Relationship between EU Law and National Law: Supremacy
10: EU International Relations Law
11: Human Rights in the EU
12: Enforcement Action against Member States
13: Preliminary Rulings
14: Review of Legality: Access
15: Review of Legality: 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 and Non-Discrimination
25: AFSJ: EU Criminal Law
26: Competition Law: Article 101
27: Competition Law: Article 102
28: Competition Law: Mergers
29: The State and the Common Market
1. The Development of European Integration
2. Institutions
3. Competence
4. Instruments and the Hierarchy of Norms
5. Legislation and Decision-Making
6. New Forms of Governance
7. The Nature and Effect of EU Law: Direct Effect and Beyond
8. The Application of EU Law: Remedies in National Courts
9. The Relationship between EU Law and National Law: Supremacy
10. EU International Relations Law
11. Human Rights in the EU
12. Enforcement Action against Member States
13. Preliminary Rulings
14. Review of Legality: Access
15. Review of Legality: 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 and Non-Discrimination
25. AFSJ: EU Criminal Law
26. Competition Law: Article 101
27. Competition Law: Article 102
28. Competition Law: Mergers
29. The State and the Common Market

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    This is one of very few books that is worth paying $85 for. It might not fit with the needs of entry level law students, but it is a great buy for advanced students, legal academics and practitioners. This title meticulously walks the reader through the history of the European Community (EC) to the expansion of EU institutions and to the detail of various facets of EU law. The authors had developed a great understanding of the subject in its incredible intricacy. Considering the subject of the publication, the materials of the title reads fairly easily and arguments, intricate as they might be, are coherent and comprehensible.

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