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The European Union and its Court of Justice - Anthony Arnull

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Title
The European Union and its Court of Justice
Author
Anthony Arnull
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Oxford University Press
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20060622
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Anthony Arnull is Professor of European Law and Director of the Institute of European Law at the University of Birmingham. In 1994 he was awarded a Jean Monnet Chair by the European Commission. Professor Arnull is joint Editor of the European Law Review and sits on the Editorial Advisory Board of the Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies, the International Advisory Board of the Irish Journal of European Law and the Advisory Board of the Common Market Law
Reports. He is a member of the Advisory Board of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law and of that Board's Community Law Section.

This highly readable book manages to demonstrate just how important the role of the Court has been in constructing the Unions legal order. In doing so, the book draws on the authors impressive breadth of knowledge of the case law, the Court and of EU law in general.

International and Comparative Law Quarterly

an excellent book on the European Court of Justice, and, due to both its clarity and in-depth analysis, it will be of interest to students, academics and practitioners alike

European Law Review

This thoroughly researched book provides a solid history of the ECJ and its methods Arnull covers each subject in detailwhile at the same time guiding the reader through a larger framework. Arnull outlines the development of each concept from its beginnings to the present stage clearly and concisely. The comprehensive style and structure of Arnulls writing makes the book easily accessible to the reader

European Business Organization Law Review

Anthony Arnull is to be commended for bringing forward such an accessible text that focuses on the huge significance of the ECJ across the entire ambit of community law and policy. It is essential reading for all who have an interest in European Union law

Journal of Common Market Studies

In this short review, it is only possible to emphasise a few of the book's particular qualities. One is the writer's ability to explain with great clarity some of the most complex and frequently recurring issues in EC law..Another ..is its analysis of how the Court operates.

European Law Review

..this thoroghly researched book provides a solid history of the ECJ and its methods, the legal framework in which it operates and the Court's contribution to the defintion and development of the scope of substantive law. Arnull covers each subject in detail, often quoting long passages from individual judgments, while at the same time guiding the reader through a larger framework. Arnull outlines the development of each concept from its beginnings to the present
stage clearly and concisely. The comprehensive style and structure of Arnull's writing makes the book easily accessible to the reader. Its additional use as a reference work is facilitated by the clear structure and the substantial index tables.'

European Business Organization Law Review

Type
BOOK
Edition
2nd Edition
Keyword Index
Courts of last resort - European Union countries.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
699

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