EUROPEAN UNION LAW
ABOUT THE BOOK
Are you a law student studying European Union Law? Students who are learning about European Union Law will find it hard because there is a lot of information which is different to traditional English Law. The subject has also seen less demand in recent years because of Brexit and the UK leaving the European Union (EU). While many universities are slowly moving away from this subject from their core syllabus, some universities still teach EU Law in the UK. But what is obvious is that it is becoming a specialised area. So, to do well in this class, you need a good set of European Union Law notes.
If you are looking for a European Union Law book, then good titles include: European Union Law Catherine Barnard or European Union Law Robert Schutz are good options. Our book is the best way for law students and non-law students in the UK who want to learn about European Union Law. Our EU Law book provides a condensed introduction to European Union Law, it discusses: the Treaties and the Historical Development of the EU, Constitutional Principles and the Institutions, Sources of EU Law, EU Law and National Law: Supremacy, Direct Effect, Indirect Effect and State Liability, Administrative Law of the EU, Fundamental Rights and Other Principles of EU Law, Free Movement of Goods I: Articles 28–30, 110 TFEU, Free Movement of Goods II: Articles 34-36 TFEU, Free Movement of workers: Article 45 TFEU, Citizenship of the Union, Freedom of Establishment: Articles 49–55 TFEU, Freedom to Provide Services: Articles 56–62 TFEU and Competition Law: Article 101 and 102 TFEU.
The book provides you with the necessary knowledge and organises it in a certain manner. It covers the underlying concept, the authority, the facts, and the case ratio. The ratio was utilised by the court to render its decision. The book then goes on to describe how the case should be applied. This book is unusual in its approach to the subject. You may get our European Union Law Pdf here.
AIMS OF THE BOOK
Demonstrate your understanding of the fundamentals of European Union law.
Evaluate complex simulated real-world events and identify legal concerns in a variety of European Union Law themes.
Use your knowledge to create a formal evaluation in European Union Law.
Give a persuasive defence of your argument and reach a conclusion about competing points of view.
Where appropriate, use terminology within European law or technical language.
be in charge of their education and work in a versatile and adaptive manner
People who are studying law or want to study law should be given an overview of the most essential principles and concepts in European Union law.
to provide students an opportunity to reflect about European Union law while passing tests
Provide them with a comprehensive study guide to help them enhance their legal writing exam abilities.
Encourage individuals to improve their writing and analytical abilities in EU law.
Educate individuals on how to cope with legal issues arising from the European Union.
1. The Treaties
2. Constitutional Principles and the Institutions
3. Sources of EU Law
4. EU Law and National Law: Supremacy
5. Direct Effect, Indirect Effect and State Liability
6. Administrative Law of the EU
7. Fundamental Rights of EU Law
8. Free Movement of Goods I
9. Free Movement of Goods II
10. Free Movement of workers
11. Citizenship of the Union
12. Freedom of Establishment
13. Freedom to Provide Services
14. Competition Law