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Readership: Students taking an EU law module as part of the LLB, Graduate Diploma in Law or similar law courses. Also suitable for students taking a graduate course in EU law.
Stephen Weatherill, Jacques Delors Professor of European Community Law, University of Oxford
Stephen Weatherill is the Jacques Delors Professor of European Law, Deputy Director for European Law at the Institute of European and Comparative Law at the University of Oxford and a Fellow of Somerville College.
Review(s) from previous edition"An excellent selection of cases and materials, connected by very lucid short comments. Of particular value are the questions following each item: these enable students to check their understanding and stimulate further reflection. - Stefan Enchelmaier, Professor of Law, University of York
"The author has succinctly captured the pulse of the substantive legal framework of EU law, with its current dynamics and past developments." - Christopher H. Bovis, Professor of Law, University of Hull
"An excellent, well-structured and presented compilation of the relevant materials together with expert commentaries by one of the experts in the field.
" - Stefan Talmon, Professor of Law, University of Bonn, and Fellow of St Anne's College, Oxford
"A highly useful and well-structured book both for advanced students and for students unfamiliar with EU law. Comments and notes are well-written and the choice of cases and materials is precise.
" - Magnus Strand, Postgraduate Student, University of Uppsala
"Weatherill's undisputed knowledge of this area of law is clearly shown throughout Cases and Materials on EU Law with a number of excellent journal, case law and legislative extracts." - Russell J. Kelsall, Solicitor, Student Law Journal
I. The Constitutional Law of the EU
1: The Evolution of the European Union
2: The Sources of the Law
3: The Nature of Union Law: Supremacy
4: The Enforcement of Union Law: 'Dual Vigilance'
5: The Direct Effect of Directives
6: State Liability
7: Article 267: The Preliminary Reference Procedure
8: Judicial Control of the Institutions of the EU
II. Union Trade Law and Policy
9: Law and the Economic Objectives of the Union
10: Fiscal Barriers to Trade: Articles 30 and 110 TFEU
11: Physical and Technical Barriers to Trade: Articles 34-36 TFEU
12: Beyond Discrimination: Article 34 TFEU
13: The Free Movement of Workers: Article 45 TFEU
14: Freedom of Establishment and the Free Movement of Services: Articles 49 and 56 TFEU
15: European Citizenship within an Area of Freedom, Security, and Justice
16: Competition Law and Policy
III. Policy-Making, Governance, and the Constitutional Debate
17: Harmonization and Common Policy-making
18: Subsidiarity, Flexibility, and New Forms of Governance
19: What Sort of 'Europe'?