A Guide to European Union Law
This is a comprehensive overview of the European Union's institutions, their functions and the substantive law. Available in one volume, it should give the reader a first-stop introduction to EU Law. It is easily accessible to both the student and inexperienced professional, by being uncluttered with technical jargon. Each chapter contains a selected reading list of publications, enabling the reader to extend their knowledge if required.
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