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The Evolution of EU Law 3e (3rd edition)

ISBN : 9780192846563

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¥9,119
Author: 
Paul Craig; Grainne de Burca
Pages
1024 Pages
Format
Paperback
Size
171 x 246 mm
Pub date
Aug 2021
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This last decade has been particularly turbulent for the EU. Beset by crises - the financial crisis, the rule of law crisis, the migration crisis, Brexit, and the pandemic - European Law has had to adapt and change in a way not previously seen. First published in 1999, the goal then was to reflect on the important developments that had been made since the creation of the EEC. That goal has not changed. From EU Administrative Law through to the Regulation of Network Industries, each chapter in this seminal work assess the legal and political forces that have shaped the evolution of EU law. With new chapters covering the Rule of Law, Judicial Reform, Brexit, Constitutional and Legal Theory, Refugee and Asylum law, and Data Governance, this third edition of The Evolution of EU Law is a must read for any student or academic of EU law.

Index: 

1 Paul Craig and Grainne de Burca: Introduction
2 Paul Craig: Integration, Democracy and Legitimacy
3 Paul Craig: Institutions, Power and Institutional Balance
4 Neil Walker: Legal and Constitutional Theory of the European Union
5 Edoardo Chiti: The Agencification Process and the Evolution of the EU Administrative System
6 Kieran Bradley: Judicial Reform and the European Court: Not a Numbers Game
7 Bruno de Witte: Direct Effect, Primacy and the Nature of the Legal Order
8 Catherine Donnelly: Preliminary Rulings and EU Legal Integration: Evolution and Continuity
9 Francesca Episcopo: The Vicissitudes of Life at the Coalface: Remedies and Procedures for Enforcing Union Law before the National Courts
10 Laurent Pech: The Rule of Law
11 Joana Mendes and Edoardo Chiti: The Evolution of EU Administrative Law
12 Deirdre Curtin: From a Europe of Bits and Pieces to a Union of Variegated Differentiation
13 Kenneth Armstrong: (Br)Exit from the EU-Control, Autonomy and the Evolution of EU Law
14 Marise Cremona: External Relations of the European Union: The Constitutional Framework for International Action
15 Grainne de Burca: The Evolution of EU Human Rights Law
16 Siofra O'Leary and Sara Iglesias Sanchez: Free Movement of Persons, Establishment and Services
17 Stefan Enchelmaier: Free Movement of Goods: Evolution and Intelligent Design in the Foundations of the European Union
18 Jukka Snell: Free Movement of Capital: Evolution as a Non-Linear Process
19 Jo Shaw: Citizenship: Contrasting Dynamics at the Interface of Integration and Constitutionalism
20 Mark Bell: EU Anti-Discrimination Law: Navigating Sameness and Difference
21 Catherine Barnard: EU 'Social' Policy: From Employment Law to Labour Market Reform
22 Alicia Hinarejos: Economic and Monetary Union: Evolution and Conflict
23 Steve Peers: EU Criminal Law and Police Cooperation
24 Eva Storskrubb: Civil Justice Extending its Tentacles
25 Lilian Tsourdi and Cathryn Costello: The Evolution of EU Law on Refugees and Asylum
26 Imelda Maher: Competition Law: Convergence through Law and Networks
27 Liz Fisher: EU Environmental Law and Legal Imagination
28 Stephen Weatherill: Consumer Policy
29 Thomas Streinz: The Evolution of European Data Law

About the author: 

Paul Craig is Emeritus Professor of English Law, St John's College, Oxford. His research and writing focusses on Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, EU Law and Comparative Public Law. He has given evidence before select committees on a number of occasions and was the UK Alternate Member of the Venice Commission from 2011-2019.; Grainne de Burca is Florence Ellinwood Allen Professor of Law, New York University. Her research and teaching focusses primarily on European Union law, international organizations, and international human rights law. She is a co-editor of The International Journal of Constitutional Law and co-director of the Jean Monnet Center at NYU Law school, as well as Director of NYU's Hauser Global Law Program.

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