- Creator or Attribution (Responsibility): Nigel G. Foster
- Biografical Information: Nigel Foster is Jean Monnet Professor of European Law and Deputy Vice Chancellor at the University of Buckingham. His OUP publications include Foster on EU Law
EU Treaties and Legislation – the best-selling title of the Blackstone's Statute series
Q&A on EC Law
and German Legal System and Laws.
Other publications include Austrian Legal System and Law (Routledge-Cavendish) and EU Law, Text and Materials, with John Tillotson (Routledge-Cavendish). He also contributes the section on 'the Free Movement of the Liberal Professions' to the Sweet and Maxwell EU Law Reporter professional encyclopaedia of EC Law, and has written numerous articles on various aspects of EC Law.
- Language: English
- Jurisdiction(s): England
- Publication Information: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2008
- Publication Type (Medium): Übungssammlung, manuel
- Material: Internet resource
- Type: Book, Internet Resource
- Other titles: European Union law
- Series title: Directions.
- Permalink: http://books.lawlegal.eu/eu-law-7583/ (Stable identifier)
Liii, 375 pages ; 27 cm.
Purpose and Intended Audience
Useful for students learning an area of law, EU law is also useful for lawyers seeking to apply the law to issues arising in practice.
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- Responsable Person: Nigel Foster.
- Publication Date: 2008
- Country/State: England
- Number of Editions: 24 editions
- First edition Date: 2008
- Last edition Date: 2014
- Languages: English
- Library of Congress Code: KJE947
- Dewey Code: 341.2422
- ISBN: 9780199230358 0199230358
- OCLC: 181926005
EU Law Directions is written in an informal and engaging manner with an emphasis on explaining the key topics covered in EU courses with clarity. No previous knowledge is assumed making this is an ideal main text for those encountering EU law for the first time. The book is logically structured and set out in a manner aimed to make EU law less complicated.
The book takes you through all the important aspects of EU law needed for degree level study and examination, from the reasons behind the setting up of the European Communities in the first place to the development of very important substantive areas of law now such as European Citizenship and the continuing development of the law on the free movement of goods.
Online Resource Centre
Annotated web links
Revision material – study and examination techniques
Legislation and case updates
Testbank of questions (Including questions in text) 150
PART 1: INSTITUTIONAL LAW; 1. The Establishment and Development of the EU; 2. The Widening and Deepening of the EU; 3. The Union Institutions; 4. Community Law: Sources, Forms and Law Making; 5. EU Law: Transfer, Competences and Supremacy; PART 2: PROCEDURAL LAW; 6. The Preliminary Ruling (Article 234); 7. ECJ Remedies: Direct and Indirect Effects and State Liability; 8. Enforcement Actions against Member States; 9. Direct actions before the ECJ; PART 3: SUBSTANTIVE LAW; 10. Free Movement of Goods 1: Tarrif & Tax Barriers; 11. Free Movement of Goods 2: Non-Tarrif Barriers; 12. Free Movement of Persons 1; 13. Free Movement of Persons 2: European Union Citizenship; 14. Sex Discrimination Law
Table of Contents
Part 1: Institutional Law
1. The Establishment and Development of the EU
2. The Widening and Deepening of the EU
3. The Union Institutions
4. Community Law: Sources, Forms and Law Making
5. EU Law: Transfer, Competences and Supremacy
Part 2: Procedural Law
6. The Preliminary Ruling (Article 234)
7. ECJ Remedies: Direct and Indirect Effects and State Liability
8. Enforcement Actions against Member States
9. Direct actions before the ECJ
Part 3: Substantive Law
10. Free Movement of Goods 1: Tarrif & Tax Barriers
11. Free Movement of Goods 2: Non-Tarrif Barriers
12. Free Movement of Persons 1
13. Free Movement of Persons 2: European Union Citizenship
14. Sex Discrimination Law