The cases make it an interesting and enriching book for scholars because it offers depth and new insights, but the clear structure and the pedagogical genius of both authors make the book very suitable to students studying EU law for the first time...We strongly recommend this book to every EU law student. Chris Thomale, Juristische Schulung By combining an impressive selection of cases, commentary and legislation, EU Law: Text, Cases, and Materials has obtained (and kept) an almost biblical status. This accolade is well-deserved; the material remains accessible whilst providing wonderful academic scholarship. Russell J Kelsall, The Student Law Journal
Since the publication of the first edition of this work there have been many important developments in EC and EU law. The intervening years have seen the Intergovernmental Conference leading to the revision now encapsulated in the Amsterdam Treaty. There has also been much important Community legislation. The European Court of Justice has produced a number of seminal judgments in areas as diverse as state liability in damages, indirect effect, equality and standing to challenge the legality of Community action. The second edition of this text has been revised to take account of these developments, as well as including some of the innovative secondary literature which has been written since the publication of the first edition. It preserves the same structure as the first edition and includes a new chapter on capital and EMU, ensuring that students of EU law have comprehensive and up to date text and materials for their study of this fast moving area of law.
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Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Paul Craig, QC FBA is Professor of English Law at St John's College, Oxford. Paul is one of the foremost scholars on European Law and Administrative Law. His recent book The Lisbon Treaty: Law, Politics, and Treaty Reform (OUP, 2010) is the definitive work on the Treaty of Lisbon.