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'An excellent book, it manages to be thorough, accessible and insightful at the same time. Highly recommended.'-Urfan Khaliq, Cardiff UniversityEagerly awaited new edition of the foremost textbook on EU Law.Revised after extensive user feedback to align with current teaching trends, this is the first major textbook to be published since the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty.Retained from the first editionAn engaging writing style that makes complex ideas easy to understandExtracts from a variety of sources that show you how the law is created, interpreted and used in real lifeCritical analysis to encourage independent thinkingComprehensive range of topics covered û all the subjects you will need for your course.New to this edition:Full discussion of key recent developments, notably the amendments introduced by the Lisbon TreatyStructured introductions tell you what will be covered in each section of the chapter and make it easier to navigate through complex subject areasFirst ten chapters have been substantially restructured, as has the chapter on the free movement of goodsAdditional coverage of competition law available onlineNew chapters on EU law in national courts, EU criminal law, governance and external relationsNew two-colour design makes it easy to distinguish between materials and commentary.The distinguished author team, who have extensive teaching and research experience, comprises specialists in the fields of EU public law, the internal market and competition law.

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  • Reliure : Paperback
  • 1150  pages
  • Dimensions :  5.6cmx19.4cmx24.6cm
  • Poids : 2540.1g
  • Editeur :   Cambridge University Press Paru le
  • ISBN :  0521121515
  • EAN13 :  9780521121514
  • Langue : Anglais

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'An excellent book, it manages to be thorough, accessible and insightful at the same time. Highly recommended.'-Urfan Khaliq, Cardiff UniversityEagerly awaited new edition of the foremost textbook on EU Law.Revised after extensive user feedback to align with current teaching trends, this is the first major textbook to be published since the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty.Retained from the first editionAn engaging writing style that makes complex ideas easy to understandExtracts from a variety of sources that show you how the law is created, interpreted and used in real lifeCritical analysis to encourage independent thinkingComprehensive range of topics covered û all the subjects you will need for your course.New to this edition:Full discussion of key recent developments, notably the amendments introduced by the Lisbon TreatyStructured introductions tell you what will be covered in each section of the chapter and make it easier to navigate through complex subject areasFirst ten chapters have been substantially restructured, as has the chapter on the free movement of goodsAdditional coverage of competition law available onlineNew chapters on EU law in national courts, EU criminal law, governance and external relationsNew two-colour design makes it easy to distinguish between materials and commentary.The distinguished author team, who have extensive teaching and research experience, comprises specialists in the fields of EU public law, the internal market and competition law.