|Author (Person)||Foster, Nigel|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Content Type||Textbook | Monograph|
PART 1: INSTITUTIONAL LAW
PART 2: PROCEDURAL ACTIONS, ENFORCEMENT AND REMEDIES IN EU LAW
PART 3: SUBSTANTIVE LAW
The book takes you through all the important aspects of EU law needed for degree level study and examination, from the reasons behind the setting up of the European Union in the first place, to the development of very important substantive areas of law now such as European citizenship and the continuing development of the internal market.
- Written in a clear, uncomplicated style with engaging learning features, enabling students new to EU law to understand what is really central to the subject.
- Thinking points and end-of-chapter questions with suggested answers on the website encourage students to test and reinforce their own learning and provide areas for discussion.
- Case close-up boxes highlight leading cases and developments and help guide students through the key areas of EU law.
- Written by Nigel Foster, a Jean Monnet Professor of European law with over 26 years experience of EU law teaching and examining, the text is both accessible and academically rigorous ensuring students understand all the core topics of this subject.
New to the second edition:
- Detailed explanation of the Treaty of Lisbon outlining the far reaching changes that it has made to EU Law
The book is supported by a comprehensive Online Resource Centre featuring:
- An interactive timeline showing the key moments in EU legal history
|Countries / Regions||Europe|