European Union Law (3rd edition)

ISBN : 9780198855750

Catherine Barnard; Steve Peers
992 Pages
171 x 246 mm
Pub date
Aug 2020
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Edited by Catherine Barnard and Steve Peers, European Union Law draws together a range of perspectives from experienced academics, teachers and practitioners to provide a comprehensive introduction. Each chapter has been written and updated by an expert in the field to provide students with access to a broad range of ideas while offering a solid foundation in the institutional and substantive law of the EU. Written by experts, designed for students; every chapter ensures a balance of accessible explanation and critical detail. Case studies are included throughout the book to enable students to understand the context and implications of EU law, as well as helping to familiarize them with some of the most significant case law in the area. Quotations and examples from key legislation and academic sources are also included to help develop a well-rounded understanding, while further reading suggestions for each chapter act as a springboard for further study and assessment preparation. This text provides a fresh and modern guide to EU law and is an ideal entry-point for students new to the subject as well as those looking to develop their understanding. Online resources As the process of the UK leaving the EU unfolds, readers can also visit the OUP Brexit and EU Law online resources for up-to-date comment, opinion, and updates created by our authors to engage students with the legal and political issues and considerations at play. The book is accompanied by online resources which include: - Downloadable Table of Equivalences to help you follow case law - Downloadable flowcharts and figures from the book, clarifying key concepts and processes - A hub of Brexit-related resources to help you gain a better understanding of the issues at play This book is accompanied by extra Brexit materials online.


1 Catherine Barnard & Steve Peers: Introduction
2 Paul Craig: Development of the EU
3 Steve Peers: The EU's political institutions
4 Robert Schutze: Constitutionalism and the European Union
5 Kieran St. C. Bradley: Legislating in the European Union
6 Michal Bobek: The effects of EU law in the national legal systems
7 Bruno de Witte: EU law: is it international law?
8 Herwig C. H. Hofmann: General principles of EU law and EU administrative law
9 Eleanor Spaventa: Fundamental rights in the European Union
10 Albertina Albors-Llorens: Judicial protection before the Court of Justice of the European Union
11 Jukka Snell: The internal market and the philosophies of market integration
12 Peter Oliver & Martin Martinez Navarro: Free movement of goods
13 Catherine Barnard: Free movement of natural persons and citizenship
14 Catherine Barnard with Jukka Snell: Free movement of legal persons and the provision of services
15 Leo Flynn: Free movement of capital
16 Niamh Nic Shuibhne: Exceptions to the free movement rules
17 Alison Jones & Christopher Townley: Competition law
18 Alicia Hinarejos: Economic and monetary union
19 Mia Ronnmar: Labour and equality law
20 Tamara Hervey: EU health law
21 Elisa Morgera and Kati Kulovesi: Environmental law
22 Geraint Howells: European Union consumer law
23 Geert De Baere: EU external action
24 John R. Spencer and Andras Csuri: EU criminal law
25 Steve Peers: Immigration and asylum
26 Steve Peers with Darren Harvey: Brexit

About the author: 

Catherine Barnard is Professor of European Union Law and Jean Monnet Chair of EU Law at the University of Cambridge. She is also Senior Tutor of Trinity College. She specializes in European Union law, labour and discrimination law, and competition law.; Steve Peers is a British academic and an expert on the European Union. He is a Professor in the School of Law at the University of Essex. He is also the author of the popular blog eulawanalysis.blogspot.co.uk which offers his, and a variety of well-respected contributors', views on all the key developments in EU law.

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