Law of the European Union Sixth Edition John Fairhurst The new edition of Law of the European Union has been fully updated to include all recent changes in this rapidly expanding area of the law. The book clearly and accurately explores constitutional and administrative law as well as the major areas of substantive law which are also considered in the context of implementation within the UK. Topics are extensively illustrated with decisions from the European Court of Justice and Court of First Instance enabling students to consider the principles of law in a realistic context. New to this edition *Ratification problems with the proposed Constitutional Treaty and its future. *Incorporation of all the changes to the structure of the European Union following Bulgaria and Romania's accession to the EU on 1 January 2007. *Significant case law development with particular reference to judicial review, state liability and EU citizenship. *Detailed examination of Directive 2004/38 on the right of entry and residence of EU citizens and their family members. *Consideration of Directive 2005/36 on the recognition of professional qualifications. Key features *Clearly distinguished case summaries encourage students to quickly recognize the key cases and differentiate them from surrounding commentary. *New two colour text design and larger format enable students to follow the text with ease. *Chapter summaries highlight the main points covered in each chapter, cementing understanding. *Concise, comprehensive coverage combined with a clear principle led approach. *Four part structure which clearly highlights the main topics covered. Online Support Companion Website (www.pearsoned.co.uk/fsls) offers students: *Bi-annual legal updates. *Tutorial style questions and answers for each topic covered in the textbook. *Self-test multiple-choice questions to help students assess their progress. *Glossary of legal and commonly-used EU terms. *Web links to online European Law resources. *Flashcards designed to test understanding of key vocabulary. *Lecturers are supported through access to a new European Law Testbank. John Fairhurst BA PgDip MPhil Solicitor is Associate Dean (Staff and Student Experience), Faculty of Arts, Law and Social Sciences at Anglia Ruskin University. He was previously a Jean Monnet Tutor in EU Law and Course Director of the Diploma of Law (CPE) programme at the University of Huddersfield.
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