ISBN : 9780192898050
This volume on the law of the European Union focuses on contemporary challenges to EU legality. Such challenges include actions or activities that cast doubt on, or sit uncomfortably with, the premises, principles, and norms that underpin the EU's legal order as proclaimed by the Treaties and the authoritative judgments of the European Court. These premises, principles, and norms range from the precisely formulated to the noticeably vague. The book develops a broader theoretical perspective as well as delving into a range of substantive areas including the Common Foreign and Security Policy, the EU's relationship with international law, migration, the sovereign debt crisis, and Brexit.
1 Claire Kilpatrick and Joanne Scott: Challenging EU Legality
2 Neil Walker: The Theoretical Foundations of EU Law
3 Evelien Brouwer: Challenges to EU Legality in the Field of Asylum and Migration Law
4 Ramses A Wessel: Legailty in EU Common Foreign and Security Policy: The Choice of the Appropriate Legal Basis
5 Bruno De Witte: Accession to International Instruments as an EU Legality Constraint
6 Kieran Bradley: Disintegration through Law: Brexit, Article 50, and the Court