Understanding European Union Law

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Cavendish, Jan 1, 2001 - Law - 187 pages
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Students often complain that the sheer volume of EU law is fast becoming overwhelming. This book doesn't attempt to cover every issue, but rather looks at the main themes in a logical, progressive manner, seeking to give the reader an understanding of EU law, and concentrating on how, and especially why, the law has developed as it has. It is not merely a simplified version of EU law: it serves as both a suitable introduction for students new to EU law and an essential addition to revision for the more accomplished, including important tips on how to approach examination questions. New developments in EU law, such as the Treaty of Nice 2000, are also covered. It is also essential reading for students on business courses.

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Karen Davies is a Lecturer in Law at Swansea Law School.

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