EU Law: Text, Cases, and Materials

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Oxford University Press, 1998 - Law - 1152 pages
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The second edition of this text has been fully revised to take account of the many important developments in EC and EU law since the first edition was published. It preserves the same structure which made the first edition so successful, and includes a new chapter on capital and EMU, ensuring that students of EU law have comprehensive and up to date text and materials for their study of this fast moving area of law.

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Review: Eu Law: Text, Cases and Materials

User Review  - sologdin - Goodreads

good stuff. understanding the EU is somewhat labor intensive for the US-oriented attorney; there's different concepts and mechanisms, of course, and the natures of the respective animals are different. damned cool. text is useful, thick, small-printed, &c. Read full review

Review: EU Law: Text, Cases, and Materials

User Review  - Samantha Grigg - Goodreads

Unfriendly tone, complicating an already difficult area. Was recommended course material but I bought a different one as I couldn't stand how it was written. Read full review

Contents

Abbreviations
xxix
Table of Cases
xxxv
Table of Treaties Instruments and Legislation
cxxv
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Worcester College, Oxford

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