A Guide to European Union Law 9e
Now in its Ninth Edition, A Guide to European Law is the perfect first-stop introduction to EU law. The work gives your students a comprehensive overview of the European Union s institutions and their functions. As well as providing analysis of the substantive law of the European Community, from competition and agriculture to, among others, environment, culture, health protection and consumer protection.By keeping references to treaty provisions or Community Acts to the extended footnotes, the text is kept simple and uncluttered.
Plus, each chapter includes a list of further reading to enable your students to extend their knowledge should they wish to do so.New for the Ninth Edition* Covers the latest case law from the Court of Justice and the Court of First Instance, including General Electric/Honeywell, and , Microsoft,* Examines the consequences of the enlargement of the European Union* Includes short references throughout the work to the Draft Constitution showing comparisons to the existing Treaties* Covers all other key developments including new and amended directives and regulations
|Country of Publication||United Kingdom|
|Dimensions||15.5 X 23.4 cm|
|Publication Date||May 30, 2007|
|Publisher||Sweet & Maxwell Ltd|