Law of the European Union by John FairhurstLaw of the European Union, part of the Foundations series, offers a comprehensive, clear and straightforward account of the law ideal for LLB or GDL/CPE students. Written with students in mind, the text is rich in learning features designed to illuminate complex legal principles and promote solid understanding and confidence in legal study. Students will gain a firm grasp of the essential concepts of EU law, as well as an awareness of important recent developments in the law.
International Law as Law of the European Union
The collection of monographs on European Union law on Level 3 is not arranged according to subject or topic. They are arranged alphabetically by the last name of the first author or editor. In other words, you will not find all the works on EU competition law shelved alongside each other. If you wish to read one of these please just ask for a copy from the Enquiry Desk. Return the book to the Enquiry Desk when you have finished with it.
Login via Institution. International Law as Law of the European Union. Recent developments in both the EU and the global legal order call for a reassessment of the role of international law within the European Union. International Law as Law of the European Union explores how, and to what extent, international law still forms part of, and plays a role in, the current legal order of the European Union. Recent case law of the European Court of Justice prompted both scholars and practitioners to reconsider the relationship between EU law and international law. This volume reveals the practical development and consequences of this relationship, and places it in a conceptual framework by pointing to key arguments in the current debate. International Law as Law of the European Union thus forms an essential guide for academics, students and practitioners interested in the impact of new case law and conceptual thinking on the relationship between EU and international law.
Introduction to the European Union
The European Union is a unique political entity comprised of 28 independent nations that have established common institutions to which they have voluntarily delegated some of their sovereignty so that decisions on specific issues of common interest can be decided at a higher, supra-national level. Used with permission. The countries that comprise the European Union are known collectively as the Member States. Austria, Sweden and Finland joined the EU in The most notable enlargement occurred in with the accession of 10 new Member States, most of which were formerly members of the Soviet Bloc. Bulgaria and Romania joined the EU three years later. Croatia became the 28th Member State on July 1,
The Archive of European Integration AEI is an electronic archive for research materials on the topic of European integration and unification. This website includes EU Council press releases, a register of internal documents with links to the full text in many instances and general information about the work of the EU Council and the European Council. Also provides the new official electronic-only European Court Reports, the Statute of the Court of Justice, procedural rules, annual reports, news and other information. This website is available in English. European Competition Network. European Parliament Legislative Observatory.