Unlocking EU Law
Routledge – 2011 – 512 pages
Series: Unlocking the Law
European law is an essential element of all law degrees. Unlocking EU Law will ensure that you grasp the main concepts with ease providing you with an indispensable foundation in the subject. This third edition is fully up-to-date with the latest developments and includes all the major new cases, as well as coverage of the Lisbon Treaty.
The Unlocking the Law series is designed specifically to make the law accessible. Each chapter opens with aims and objectives and contains activities such as quick quizzes and self-test questions, key facts charts, diagrams to aid learning and numerous headings and sub-headings to make the subject manageable. New features include summaries to check your understanding of each chapter, a glossary of legal terminology, essay questions with answer plans and exam questions with guidance on answering.
All titles in the series follow the same formula and include the same features so students can move easily from one subject to another. 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.
Resources supporting this book are available online at www.unlockingthelaw.co.uk. These include:
'The current structure of the book is excellent and is the first book on this area that I would be happy to follow in my lecture programme'
1. The origins and character of EC Law 2. The Community and the Union 3. The political and legal institutions of the European Union 4. The sources of EC Law 5. The legislative process 6. Enforcement of EC Law (through 'direct' and 'indirect' actions) 7. Article 234 and the preliminary reference procedure 8. The relationship between EC Law and national law - supremacy 9. The relationship between EC Law and national law - direct effect 10. The Internal Market 11. The free movement of workers 12. Freedom of establishment and the freedom to provide and receive services under Articles 43 and 49 13. The free movement of goods and Articles 28 and 29 14. Article 25 and Customs tariffs and Art 90 and discriminatory taxation 15. EC competition law 16. Social policy 17. Discrimination law and Art 141 18. The wider social influence of the EU 19. Citizenship of the Union
Chris Turner LLM is a qualified barrister and Senior Lecturer in Law at Wolverhampton University. He has taught law at all levels and is an experienced author whose other titles include Key Facts: EU Law and Key Cases: EU Law, also published by Hodder Education.
Tony Storey LLM is Senior Lecturer in Law at Northumbria University and an experienced author whose other titles include Unlocking Criminal Law.
Jacqueline Martin LLM has ten years' experience as a practising barrister and has taught law at all levels.
Jacqueline Martin and Chris Turner are series editors of the Key Facts and Key Cases series, both published by Hodder Education.