Text, Cases and Materials on European Union Law provides students with a clear and comprehensive guide to the main constitutional, institutional and substantive features of EU law.
Table of Contents
The Development of the EC and the EU; European Integration; Federalism, Sovereignty and Subsidiarity; The Nature and Sources of EC Law; Law Making and the Political Institutions; Community Acts; The Community Courts; Direct Effect and State Liability; Preliminary Rulings; Community Economic and Social Law and the Impact of General Principles; Common Market and Internal Market: The Four Freedoms; Free Movement of Goods and of Persons (including Citizenship); Competition Law and its Enforcement; Judicial Review and Supervision of the Institutions; Member States and their Community Obligations.
John Tillotson, BA, LLM, PGCE, formerly School of Law, University of Manchester. Nigel Foster, is Jean Monnet Professor of European Law, Cardiff Law School, University of Wales, Cardiff.