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Homewood: EU Law Concentrate 5e

Chapter 4: 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

Kaczorowska, A., European Union Law, 3rd edn (Routledge, 2013) – Well-structured account of direct actions with useful aide memoir

Woods, L., and Watson, P., Steiner and Woods EU Law, 12th edn (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014) – A comprehensive account of the relevant actions available

Journal Articles

Usher, J., ‘Direct and individual concern – An effective remedy or a conventional solution?’ (2003) 28 EL Rev 575 – Examination of whether the locus standi requirements under Article 263 provide an effective remedy for applicants

Balthasar, S., ‘Locus standi for challenges to regulatory acts by private applicants: The new Article 263(4) TFEU’ (2010) 35 EL Rev 542. – Consideration of the changes introduced to standing by the Lisbon Treaty

Gutman, k., ‘The evolution of the action for damages against the European Union and its place in the system of judicial protection’ (2011) 48 CML Rev 695 – A detailed examination of the evolution of Article 340 TFEU