A European Space of Justice
Justin Orlando Frosini, Michele Angelo Lupoi, Michele Marchesiello
Longo, 2006 - Law - 338 pages
"Which model of judge for an emerging Europe? Which principle of legality for a European space? These are questions that are still highly controversial that this book has attempted to answered with an original approach. This publication is the result of two EU funded, distance learning courses for judges from Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia and Serbia & Montenegro, which offered the opportunity for jurists coming from numerous countries in Europe to address fundamental topics of European legal integration. From this experience a selection of papers has been published herein."--Cover.
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