'Distinguished by a preparedness to engage the wider intellectual and contextual issues which are so necessary for a proper appreciation of the 'new' Europe and its legal system, European Union Law: Text and Materials is a well-written and thoroughly comprehensive text; one which promises to assume a prominent position in the law school classroom.' Prof. Ian Ward,The University of Newcastle
'The authors of this book provide a clear synopsis and a penetrating analysis of European Union law and an edifying overview of its social, political and economic context and consequences. As the book addresses these wider background issues, it would be a stimulating and thought-provoking addition to the reading list of any law student. … The critical approach combined with the sharp analysis of European Union law and the topical explanation of the wider contextual issues make this book essential reading for undergraduates and experienced researchers alike.' European Constitutional Law Review
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Eagerly awaited new edition of the foremost textbook on EU law. Revised after extensive user feedback to align with current teaching trends, this is the first major textbook to be published since the Lisbon Treaty.