Law of the European Union
Key features *Clearly distinguished case summaries encourage students to quickly recognize the key cases and differentiate them from surrounding commentary. *New two colour text design and larger format enable students to follow the text with ease. *Chapter summaries highlight the main points covered in each chapter, cementing understanding. *Concise, comprehensive coverage combined with a clear principle led approach. *Four part structure which clearly highlights the main topics covered. Online Support Companion Website (www.pearsoned.co.uk/fsls) offers students: *Bi-annual legal updates. *Tutorial style questions and answers for each topic covered in the textbook. *Self-test multiple-choice questions to help students assess their progress. *Glossary of legal and commonly-used EU terms. *Web links to online European Law resources. *Flashcards designed to test understanding of key vocabulary. *Lecturers are supported through access to a new European Law Testbank. John Fairhurst BA PgDip MPhil Solicitor is Associate Dean (Staff and Student Experience), Faculty of Arts, Law and Social Sciences at Anglia Ruskin University.He was previously a Jean Monnet Tutor in EU Law and Course Director of the Diploma of Law (CPE) programme at the University of Huddersfield
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