EU Law 2007-2008

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Oxford University Press, 2007 - Law - 231 pages
OUP's Law Questions and Answers series gives students the opportunity to practice their exam techniques and evaluate and assess their progress. The ideal revision aid, this new edition of Q&A EU Law is divided into chapters covering each major topic, and contains approximately fifty questions and answers designed to test even the best prepared student. The book opens with an introductory chapter providing guidance on study and examination skills, as well as an overview of EU and EC Law. Thereafter, each chapter contains an introduction focusing on important legal aspects and points of interest for each topic. After each question there is a commentary which highlights the essential elements of each question, followed by an answer plan providing a summary of key points. Q&A EU Law ends with a chapter of 'mixed subject questions' which will provide the perfect dry run at an examination. Nigel Foster is renowned as an author of clear, student-focused, high-quality textbooks. He is very much in touch with students' needs, as well as knowing exactly what professors are looking for.
Online Resource Centre
Q&A EU Law is accompanied by an Online Resource Centre providing annotated web links and a glossary of terms from the Dictionary of Law

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Nigel Foster is Jean Monnet Professor of European Law at the University of Buckingham. His OUP publications include EC Legislation - the best-selling title of the Blackstone's Statute series; SWOT EC Law; and German Legal System and Laws.
Other publications include Austrian Law (Cavendish) and EU Law Text and Materials, with John Tillotson (Cavendish). Nigel Foster also contributes the section on 'The Free Movement of the Liberal Professions' to the Sweet & Maxwell EU Law Reporter Professional Encyclopaedia of EC law, and has written numerous articles on various aspects of European law.

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