Examines the constitutional aspects of European Union law, including the history and evolution of the EU's institutions, the current distribution of executive, legislative, and judicial powers, as well as the rights and remedies available to citizens of the member states.
Very comprehensive treatise with chapters on major topics such as legislative process, supremacy of EU law, citizenship, and much more. There is also a useful table detailing the old article numbering with the new article numbering of the Treaty on European Union. This can be helpful when reading older EU case law that references the old article numbering.
Part I of this introductory resource provides an overview of the history and evolution of the EU and its institutions. It also covers the sources of EU law, the process of EU law-making, and the role of the European Court of Justice in enforcing the supremacy of EU law. Part II covers the substantive law of the EU, focusing primarily on the single market and competition law and policy. Part III discusses the impact of Brexit and the future relationship between the EU and the UK.
Describes the institutional structure of the EU and its legal system, the relationship between EU law and the national law of the member states, as well as the judicial and administrative constraints on EU actions. Particularly helpful in providing clear, easy-to-understand explanations of the EU's often opaque terminology.
One of the most comprehensive single-volume resources on EU law. Coverage of substantive law extends beyond competition law and the internal market to include agriculture, environmental regulation, energy, public health, consumer protection, and social policy, among others.
Provides a good introduction to the history and development of the EU, from its origins as the European Coal and Steel Community to the accession of Croatia in 2013. Also covers the EU's institutions and policies, its role in international trade, and its relations with other countries and international organizations.
Provides a thorough analysis of the key principles that underlie the EU's single market in goods, services, labor, and capital. The discussion is supplemented by case studies, which help the reader to understand the practical application of EU law, along with diagrams, flowcharts, and tables that illustrate core ideas and processes in an easily accessible format.
An accessible, student-friendly resource that incorporates numerous learning aids, including end-of-chapter summaries and questions for self-testing, diagrams and flowcharts, a glossary of terms, and tips on how to approach exam questions.
First published more than 30 years ago, this guide provides detailed analysis of the EU’s treaties, institutions, decision-making procedures, and mechanisms for judicial review and enforcement. It also includes in-depth discussion of select areas of substantive law, including the internal market, competition law, and intellectual property.
This online resource provides the full English-language texts of the EU’s two foundational treaties, along with scholarly commentary and summaries of relevant case law interpreting the treaties. Regularly updated two times per year.
The author employs a distinctive three-part structure to examine the constitutional foundations, legal powers, and substantive law of the European Union. Includes case extracts accompanied by extensive critical commentary on the theoretical and practical aspects of EU law, as well as diagrams and tables that help to clarify complex topics. Prior editions are available in print.