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European Law Essentials

Stephanie Switzer

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Explores the legal development of the EU, providing an essential framework for studying European law

The European Union enjoys the competence to make laws in a wealth of areas, from environmental protection to agricultural policy. This competence is the result of many years of building and promoting European-level co-operation and integration. European Law Essentials explores the legal development of the European Union. It introduces the background history of the union, then moves on to look at membership, institutions, community law, supremacy, direct effect, state liability, preliminary rulings and judicial review, and finishes by looking to the future of law in the EU.

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Contents

Table of Cases
Table of Statutes
Table of European Legislation
Ch 1 The “Making” of the European Union
Ch 2 Membership of the European Union
Ch 3 The European Institutions
Ch 4 Sources of Community Law
Ch 5 Community Law Making
Ch 6 Supremacy
Ch 7 Direct Effect
Ch 8 State Liability
Ch 9 Preliminary Rulings
Ch 10 Judicial Review
Ch 11 What Next?
Index.

About the Author

Stephanie Switzer is Lecturer in Law at the University of Strathclyde.

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