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Homewood: EU Law Concentrate 5e

Chapter 3: Further reading

Books

Berry, E., Homewood M,J., and Bogusz, B., EU Law Complete,  2nd edn (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015) – An academic text aimed at undergraduate students written in a similarly accessible style to EU Concentrate.  Provides greater depth on the areas covered

Craig, P and De Burca, G., EU Law Text, Cases and Materials, 6th edn (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015) – Excellent text with carefully selected extracts from articles relating in particular to the cases of CILFIT and Foglia

Kaczorowska, A., European Union Law, 3rd edn (Routledge, 2013) – A detailed account of Article 267 TFEU with useful aide memoir and interesting coverage of potential reform of the procedure

Journal Articles

Arnull, A., ‘The Law Lords and the European Union: Swimming with the incoming tide’ (2010 35(1) EL Rev 57-87 – Examines the way in which UK courts have dealt with Article 267 TFEU

Broberg, M., ‘Acte clair revistited: Adapting the acte clair criteria to the demands of the time’ (2008) 45 (5) CML Rev 1383-1387 – Discusses the acte clair doctrine and its use by courts against which there is no judicial remedy

Bebr, G., ‘The existence of a genuine dispute: An indispensable precondition for the jurisdiction of the Court under Article 177 EEC Treaty’ (1980) 17 CML Rev 525 – Examines Foglia in relation to the arguments for rejection of references under Article 267 TFEU

Weblinks

http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/ld201011/ldselect/ldeucom/128/128.pdf - Report on the Workload of the Court of Justice

http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/legal_service/pdf/due_en.pdf - Report by the Working Party on the future of the European Communities’ Court system (Due Report).  This report considers a number of reforms to the system, some of which were adopted and some which were not