Journals Higher Education

$56.00

Paperback

25 October 2012

770 Pages

9.7 x 6.7 inches

ISBN: 9780199641857


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Steiner & Woods EU Law

Eleventh Edition

Lorna Woods and Philippa Watson

  • Well-established and highly regarded undergraduate EU law textbook
  • Explains the law 'as it is', praised for its clarity and accurate interpretation of the law
  • Well-balanced mix of institutional and substantive law coverage maps directly onto the way undergraduate courses are taught
  • Each chapter is framed by an introduction clearly laying out the aims of the chapter, as well as a chapter conclusion and guidance on further reading
  • Succinct use of case law and materials allows for a clear explanation of the law without distracting from the overall argument making the textbook accessible and focused on student needs
  • The book is accompanied by an Online Resource Centre offering teaching and learning support, including a test bank of questions and answers, electronic figures from the book and student resources including a glossary, web links, and an interactive map of Europe.
  • Discrimination chapter: has been substantially revised to reflect the continuing evolution of this area of EU law and includes coverage of such cases as: Test Achats, Brachner, and Kucukdeveci

New to this Edition:

  • Completely updated in light of the changes introduced by the Lisbon Treaty, with a full explanation of how the Treaty impacts on both the institutions and substantive areas of EU law
  • Chapters on 'General Principles of Law', 'Discrimination' and 'Citizenship' have been thoroughly reworked and rewritten to provide more focused accounts of each of these areas, changes to these chapters include:
  • General Principles chapter: has been restructured and material on accession to the ECHR introduced as well as updating of material on the EUCFR. The case of NS and the UK 'opt-out' protocol is discussed.
  • Citizenship chapter: has been substantially revised to aid accessibility of this complex area of law, and includes coverage of cases such as: Zambrano, Dereci, and Lucy Stewart
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