EU Law provides a comprehensive examination of the law of the European Union in two distinct parts, covering the institutions, structure and processes of the EU as well as the substantive law, as enacted by the Lisbon Treaty. Beginning by examining its origins, Conway locates EU Law within both an international and a domestic legal context. He then explores the evolution of EU Law before providing a clear and accessible account of the structure and internal and international workings of the EU and the special role of the European Court of Justice. The second half of the book explores the Four Freedoms (of Goods, Workers, Capital and Movement) and provides a detailed account of Competition Law and the Economic and Social contexts.
The Routledge Spotlights series brings a modern, contemporary approach to the core curriculum for the LLB and GDL which will help students
- Move beyond an understanding of the law
- Refine and develop the key skills of problem-solving, evaluation and critical reasoning which are essential to exam success
- Discover sources and suggestions for taking your study further
By focusing on recent case law and real-world examples, Routledge Spotlights will help you shed light on the law, understand how it operates in practice and gain a unique appreciation of the contemporary context of the subject.
This book is supported by a range of online resources developed to support your learning, keep you up-to-date and to help you prepare for assessments, including:
- Key Case Flashcards to aid with recall
- Quizzes and practice questions
Table of Contents
Part 1 – Institutional and Constitutional Context 1. The Origins of the EU and Introduction 2. The EU in International Law 3. Evolution of the EU: from Rome in 1957 to Lisbon in 2008 4. The Institutional Working of the EU: Institutions and Law-making 5. The Special Role of the European Court of Justice 6. The EU and National Law 7. Determining Competences in the EU 8. Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Part 2 – Substantive Law 9. Free Movement of Goods 10. Free Movement of Workers and Citizens 11. Free Movement of Services 12. Free Movement of Capital and Payments 13. Examines free movement of capital and the extent of regulation of financial services, including exceptions and derogation 14. Competition law: Rationale and Context 15. Undistorted Competition: Parallel Practices 16. Undistorted Competition: Abuse of a Dominant Position 17. Economic and Monetary Union 18. Social Europe
Gerard Conway is Lecturer in Law at Brunel University London.