Readership: Academics and students working in EU law, in particular EU administrative law procedures and external relations; practising lawyers working in EU law, including in institutions and bodies in the relevant legal services. International economic lawyers working on EU agreements.
Mario Mendez, Lecturer in Law, Queen Mary, University of London
Mario Mendez is a lecturer in law at Queen Mary, University of London. He completed his undergraduate law degree at QMUL and his graduate studies at the College of William and Mary (LLM), Oxford (BCL), and the EUI (Ph.D). He has worked for the Academy of European Law at the EUI and has been a trainee at the European Commission and a visiting researcher scholar at the University of Michigan Law School. He has acted as a consultant on issues of EU law.
1: The Legal Effect of Treaties in Domestic Legal Orders and the Role of Domestic Courts: Framing the Debate
2: The Constitutional Status of EU Agreements: Revisiting the Foundational Questions
3: The Association, Cooperation, Partnership, and e Trade Agreements Before the EU Courts: Embracing Maximalist Treaty Enforcement?
4: The GATT and WTO Before the EU Courts: Judicial Avoidance Techniques or a Case Apart?
5: The Non-Trade Agreements Before the EU Courts: The Emergence of Judicial Avoidance Techniques in Challenges to EU Action
6: Concluding Assessment
Appendix: EU Agreements Case Law Data-Set
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