European Law is a core element of every law degree in England and Wales. Unlocking EU Law will ensure you grasp the main concepts with ease, providing you with an essential foundation for further study or practice. The fifth edition is fully up-to-date with the latest developments, including:
- a new chapter on state liability;
- all major new cases;
- discussion of the possible impacts of Brexit.
This book is essential reading for students studying EU Law on undergraduate courses in the UK.
The UNLOCKING THE LAW series is designed specifically to make the law accessible. Features include:
- aims and objectives at the start of each chapter;
- charts of key facts to consolidate your knowledge;
- diagrams to aid learning;
- summaries to help check your understanding of each chapter;
- problem questions with guidance on answering;
- a glossary of legal terminology.
The series covers all the core subjects required by the Bar Council and the Law Society for entry onto professional qualifications, as well as popular option units.
Table of Contents
1: The historic origins and character of the EU legal order; 2: The political and legal institutions of the European Union; 3: The sources of EU Law; 4: The legislative process; 5: Enforcement of EU Law (through ‘direct’ and ‘indirect’ actions); 6: Article 267 TFEU and the preliminary reference procedure; 7: The relationship between EU Law and national law – supremacy; 8: The relationship between EU Law and national law – direct effect; 9: State liability; 10: The Internal market; 11: Citizenship of the Union; 12: The free movement of workers; 13: Freedom of establishment and the freedom to provide and receive services under Articles 49 and 56 TFEU; 14: The free movement of goods and Articles 34 and 35 TFEU; 15: Article 28 TFEU and customs tariffs and Article 110 TFEU and discriminatory internal taxation; 16: EU competition law; 17: Social policy; 18: Discrimination law; 19: The wider social influence of the EU
Tony Storey (LLM) is a Senior Lecturer in Law at Northumbria University and is also the author of Unlocking Criminal Law.
Alexandra Pimor is a Senior Lecturer in Law at Liverpool John Moores University.