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Published: 21 July 2020

1,392 Pages


ISBN: 9780198859840

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EU Law

Text, Cases, and Materials UK Version

Seventh Edition

Paul Craig and Gráinne de Búrca

  • This version of the textbook is only available in the UK. If you are studying law outside of the UK please see EU Law: Text, Cases, and Materials, ISBN 9780198856641.
  • Written by leading scholars on European Union law, EU Law: Text, Cases, and Materials provides an insightful analysis of the subject.
  • Succinct and clear commentary sets out the law, illuminates the accompanying materials, and delivers critical and contextual analysis of all the legal and political aspects of EU law and policy.
  • Features carefully chosen extracts from a wide range of sources including case judgments, EU legislation, and academic articles providing easy access to the materials which are key to understanding this dynamic and diverse area of law.
  • Includes well-designed learning features to guide the reader through each topic, including concise 'central issues' and helpful 'conclusions' in each chapter, as well as detailed further reading advice.
  • Includes a new chapter on Brexit and other challenges taking place within the EU.
  • Contains new sections at the end of relevant chapters covering how the principles apply or don't apply to the UK post-Brexit.
  • Also available as an e-book with functionality, navigation features, and links that offer extra learning support

New to this Edition:

  • The seventh edition has been comprehensively updated to reflect the extensive developments that have taken place since publication of the sixth edition including:
  • A new chapter on Brexit and the rule of law crisis
  • Updated discussion of the institutional and substantive impact of the financial crisis
  • Important new case law on areas such as: competence; human rights; citizenship; supremacy; direct effect; freedom of establishment; international relations law
  • Clear guidance in each chapter on how the subject matter applies in the UK in light of Brexit.

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